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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... bridge and found the Charles river where we saw a ferry going through the old lock, no longer working, but with the gate houses still intact. Walked along the river, very pleasant, crossed an even bigger pedestrian bridge and caught the train at a nice new station with much construction going on around it back to the hotel. Had a very nice (wait for it!) Maine lobster roll for ...
... very heavy and wet and it stuck to the tops of your skis making them heavy and it was slow going. The climbing is not “steep” but it is constant and gradual which I actually find more challenging than steeper climbs. We got back to the car at 5:10pm. I was exhausted.
Dinner I chose a house salad with blue cheese dressing and then the gnocchi with short rib ragu for the main course. Dessert was flourless chocolate cake with ...
... was just a 10 minute walk from the harbor. It turned out to be more of a 30 minute walk but it was such a pleasant day we did not mind. South Boston is in the process of refurbishing old warehouses and businesses to accommodate family apartments. Are unique hotel had been confectionery business. The hotel had maintained the structure of the building showing the beams and much of the brick of the former business. After settling in our room we went out to ...
7. Ben Franklin Statue (former site of the first public school: Boston Latin School)
8. Old Corner Bookstore
9. Old South Meeting House
10. Old State House
11. Boston Massacre site
12. Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market
13. Paul Revere House
14. Old North Church
15. Copp's Hill Burying Ground
16. USS Constitution (aka "Old Iron Sides")
17. Bunker Hill Monument and battleground site
I love history, but ...
... hard they impressed the French who had been waving their own private parts at the Brits for centuries. Eventually they joined the Patriot's, cheek-by-jowel, and both sides were soon grinding mercilessly against the rear flanks of the British.
It proved too much for General Cornwallis who was overwhelmed at Yorketown. It was 1781 and he had just enough spunk left in him to raise a white flag. "Enough!" he cried. "I'm spent." It was a decisive Franco-American victory that ...