Hilton Garden Inn Burlington
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... dull with little shopping to be had. However it was notable that I got to sing great songs (Sweet Caroline), did a proper Mexican wave, got checked for ID when buying a couple of beers (moisturiser doing well) and when Redsox won by a run in the last innings it was a great feeling. It is also weird that there is really only a home crowd with a few Oriels fans dotted around. The bloke next door said when the Yankees and the Red Sox played the New Yorkers outnumbered ...
... beautiful old ballpark. After our tour we made one more stop at the gift shop and then began our walk balk towards our hotel. Along the way we passed shops and restaurants along Boylston and Newbury Streets. Lots of nice shops and restaurants. Today is the nicest day Boston has had this spring and everyone is out to enjoy it. Sunny and nearly 70 degrees (f). Boston Commons park is packed with people. At the hotel we grabbed a quick lunch and then retrieved our minivan to ...
... when we arrived, so us hardy Northerners went wandering in cardigans or jackets. There were more than a few people, looking at us strangely, while they were all wrapped up in big thick coats and hats. It got a bit chilly by the time we were heading back, but I don't know how much of that was because I was tired. We ended up heading in the direction of Faneuil Hall, so had a mooch around that area. We found a pretty cool art store, where all ...
... lived in California and he is a retired Vice-President of Rolex (started his days as an apprentice watchmaker in France after escaping the Nazis and loosing most of his immediate family to the haulocaust). He was a very interesting man and we listened with great interest to his story, no free samples by the way!!!!!!!! BUT our biggest surprise was the other couple, Ralph is 93 going on 94. He is an ex airforce pilot who flew sorties during WWII. ...
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