Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Franklin
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... time in the bookstore I decided I should head MIT-wards. So I did. I only had a short look around as I was quite tired by then. I was going to get the subway into Back Bay so I could take a look at the Boston Public Library. But I looked at the map on city mapper (thank you Ellie for introducing me to that, it is amazing!) and decided it was just as easy to walk across the bridge back into Back Bay. Plus it meant that I got a great view over the Charles ...
... but it almost doubles for tomorrow night. However, it is a nice big room, had free parking and the shuttle bus will take us to the subway to go to Boston tomorrow.
Had dinner in the Mexican restaurant which is accessed from the hotel. We tried fajitas - beef and chicken. Very nice. Needed to do some washing - they came out of the front loader machine much dryer than any other machine we have used so far. The quick dry shirts, pants and undies were almost dry.
... We are initially served warm bread and it is delish. The funny thing is that our lobster roll is served in a hotdog bun… don't know why they just didn't use the same warm bread, would have been so much better. Nevertheless the lobster roll was still very nom nom.
After lunch we take a walk around town. It is busy today since it is still summer time so there are a lot of families vacationing in the area. I notice that there are lots of little shacks claiming they ...
... Italian delicatessens, ice cream parlours and restaurants with paintings if famous Italian art and scenes of Rome and Venice in the walls inside. There were ladies sat outside their doorsteps on benches speaking in Italian and although I have only been to Italy once u could recognise the style of house and decor from my visit! After walking through a few Italian-risqué streets I came to the next stop which was the house of Paul Revere. I had missed it by 15 minutes! So ...
... pancakes and… a glass of coke. Rested, well fed and ready to explore we put on our eskimo outfits and sunglasses again and started another adventure. The jet lag had turned me into a morning person and many shops were not open yet when we went out. Thus, we spent the first hour admiring the Boston Library, which did open its doors already, and thoroughly studied our lonely planet so that we had an idea how to spend the rest of the day. Our main goal ...