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.
... ride today, well I tried. Seems I have 2 flat tires.
August 18, 2014-Monday-Not a good day and ended with firing Red and banning him from my house. Too much to write, but he didn’t recall Phil paying him $20 to keep bike tires up. So refused to fix mine and was nasty and I told him to go home. I did suggest that it was my air compressor that he had taken to his home, without my permission. Then saw him on my patio and he was yelling about my ...
... had 16 kids to two wives (thank God for condoms, the pill and the 'snip') and how the North End of Boston in the 1830s was a slum with population density second only to Calcutta. We also heard that the lion and the union atop the Old State House are not original. The originals were torn down by the locals and burnt when America gained independence from England. The North End of Boston was historically first port of call for ...
... next stop was Kings Chapel. It was built in 1688 by the Royal Governor. No on in the town would sell him land so he decided to build the chapel on top of a burial ground and just had the gravels dug up and burned. Right next door is the Boston Latin School. It was the first public school in the United States. It is still a school today and requires all students to take 4 years of Latin and pass. Benjamin Franklin attended this school ...
So arrived in Boston safe and sound. With some very good directions from my great aunt, Diny, I made it to her flat which, is located in central Boston. Stepping out of the tube, the city exuded an automatic different feel from New York. It looked like an old English town with old fashioned shop signs, shutters and cobbled streets. It was so sweet, I could have put the city in my pocket. I was able to stay with Diny for one night and (after an extremely good sleep) the following ...