Holiday Inn Express Boston South - Brockton
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... come out of our mouths was whether we brought our sunglasses?
Overcome with feelings of satisfaction and enthusiasm, we continued our journey to the hostel. My first impressions during the bus ride from the airport to South Station were even better than I had imagined. Cruising through the outskirts of the vibrant city, getting closer and closer to downtown Boston, while warming my face in the sun and trying to take pictures with my frozen fingers, ...
... but who knows. What we do know is that the announcer had a really annoying way of asking the questions and that Kelly knows how old Shakespeare was when he died. 64??...eh I don't remember.
Kelly & John are insane busy getting ready for their big wedding day coming up in a few weeks and Kel is off to Berlin for the week so we are supremely grateful for their hospitality and so glad to get to see them before Aruba.
We departed for Boston at 10:30, flight time of 80 minutes. On our arrival we boarded the airport shuttle bus to the train station, where we got on the orange line train to our hotel. The public transport system is very user friendly in the US. It was only 200m to our hotel from the Back Bay train station, a perfect location. We checked in to the hotel then went to get lunch. On the way we walked through ...
... all about the sites, and their significance in the formation of the United States of America. When I say free, what I mean is that at the end you'll be asked for a tip if you enjoyed the tour. And even if you thought it totally sucked, guaranteed you'll still feel obligated to pay up. Not that I'm saying the guided version would suck; I'm sure the insight of an experienced tourguide would be very interesting. But you're also limited by their departure times (the first tour ...