Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Franklin
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Out for a run this morning and found that there was a half marathon going on to honour the Boston PD fallen officers, so as it was part of where I had planned to run, I joined in for a k or 2, cheered on a few of the other runners so it was a good start to the day.
We headed out this morning on the trolley tour, but the half marathon curtailed part of the route so we got a bit of a ...
... about three chaises instead of the required five. We read a little, then participate in "aqua gym" in the pool. We had a light lunch and then laid around some more, swam some more, drank some more, and got lots of sun. We had a rather rare sighting of a night heron at poolside, a very colorful, statuesque bird. At four-thirty, Betsy and I tested out the tennis courts and then watch Brent do another trick on the trapeze. We cleaned up for drinks, the weekly Club ...
Happy Birthday Louise!!! Today started with a much needed sleep-in because today we were off to a game of NFL at Gillette Stadium! Louise's parents very kindly bought the four of us VIP tickets to The New England Patriots vs The Buffalo Bills. The tickets included a pre-game buffet and drinks in a massive marquee which they call the Patriots Tail Gate party. This thing was huge! There had to be at least 2000 people in there alone! We grabbed a drink from the open bar (yeah ...
... Boston at home.
In the morning we took a guided tour through the State Capitol and spent the rest of the day wandering around downtown Boston, Chinatown, the Public Gardens and Beacon Hill.
Our last full day in Boston was devoted to a trip to Harvard where we followed a student lead tour.
We are off to New York in the morning on Amtrak. We are hoping for a better result this time!
... were able to choose our dinner from a limited menu given there was 27 of us I understood the difficulty of going totally a la carte. I had a simple Caesar Salad followed by a “black and blue“fillet steak, I had pre ordered the wine a simple Gavi de Gavi from Italy and a curiously named “Decoy” from the Duckhorn vineyard in the Napa valley.
The salad was somewhat simple and actually lacked any redeeming features ...