Hilton Boston / Woburn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Boston / Woburn
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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... Sanders Theatre the friends and family members parted company with the winners. There were a couple of options for activities we could do whilst the winners were being prepped and talking to the media in the green room. I chose to go on a bit of a Harvard walking tour. The tour was only me and one of the other winners husband but it was good fun. We were guided by a Tufts undergraduate student named Wally (real ...
... south of Boston and after getting a shuttle bus we arrived at the museum. We had learnt about the John F Kennedy from our early school days, but we were about to get full history of the 35th US president. We first watched a documentary on the early life, and the rise of his political career. We then walked round the museum and learnt much of his life as the president, his family and finally his assassination. After a quick bite we were off again, nope we ...
... 6), a bit bigger than what we thought we would get, which turned out to be really good. After signing for the car, we had 15 minutes to familiarise ourselves with the car and to make our way out of the car park onto the wild American roads. We only got beeped at once in the car park on the way out which Donna thought was pretty good going.
Upon leaving the car park, it didn't take long to realise that American's drive very fast ...
... and more uncomfortable for those of us not vertically challenged. I would like to say I only hit my head once in the forty-five minutes we were down there though. We learnt about food rations and why all the canons had names. Apparently each gun crew would name their cannon, write that name in a bible then stow the bible under the canon for luck which is how they know the names of all the guns.
After walking the ship we were getting hungry so decided to head ...
... are private enclosed family pews affording the latest luxuries of the day such as padded seats, foot warmers and even a space for the family slave, many of whom were "converted" to Christianity whether they wanted it or not! The trail took us on to Boston Common which is a 50 acre parkland in the centre of the City and is also the setting for the new Massachusetts State House with a splendid golden domed roof. Unfortunately the ...