Hilton Boston / Woburn
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Although this can probably considered as one of the budget Hilton hotels it still maintains the high standard normally associated with the brand. Comfortable, clean rooms with all of the mod cons you would expect from a Hilton hotel.
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Once we had completed our tour of Quebec City we boarded our bus and traveled back into the United States, spending the night in a Boston hotel.
... It's sturdy and lasts as long as a young person needs it. They save thousands on expensive seating by making their own. The picture of me sitting on a stool is a stool made from cardboard.......so you can see how strong that is. Our Physio and OTs would have been in their element. We then toured the Lower School with Kathy Heydt, who has worked here for over 30 years. She is a physical therapist, mobility officer and now head of Lower School. What a great combination ...
... I have no idea why. It amused me though. And I had a couple on the other side about to have a domestic as they argued what their food stamps would be spent on. 7/11 or Target. I then did what I had intended to do in the first place. I went shopping and bought two pairs of shorts and got a new phone for America. The lady was very helpful and set it all up for me, giving me the cheapest option and making sure everything was okay before I left the store. I then went into a pharmacy and ...
... done. We wandered the streets of Times Square for the last time. This morning we were supposed to go to Toms Restaurant (for those of you who don't know it is the diner that Jerry and George frequent on Seinfeld). I was very disappointed that we didn't have time to get there before we had to make it back to the hotel to check out at 12. But thats life in a big city! You could stay in New York for a month and you would easily still have an endless list ...
... the 294 steps of the Bunker hill monument for a slightly foggy view of Boston. Felt the effects of that for a few days! To reward myself for such exertions I returned to Quincy market to try out the lobster roll this time and was not disappointed! That night I met up with Hui and another couchsurfer for dinner at a great little Italian for yet more lobster! After dinner Hui accompanied me as we walked around Boston and crossed the river to the MIT buildings. We managed to get ...