Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area
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After a not so great sleep in our know known to be part nursing home, we were up early as it was a lovely day to explore Boston. Wondering past the big hotels first as we followed the Trolley route. First stop was Fenway park, which was fens filled with reeds double our height. Looping back round to the Esplande along Commonwealth Av which had streets with UK names leading off... Passing some Frat houses along the way. The Esplande was really pretty and was ...
... taking photos on the deck - almost all the leaves are gone! With my camera lens pointed upwards, I play the game of trying to get a photos of leaves - riding the wind waves, making somersaults in the sky!
Early morning breakfast with Linda at the Sunrise Shack - blueberry pancakes and maple syrup, hot coffee. One last walk along a river off Town Hall Road, one last time sharing stories, one ...
... requires another trip through TSA security check. It took about 30 minutes of roaming the arrival terminal looking for the walkway to the next gate to figure it out, and in the end, asking a gate lady. So back I went to the the terminal exit and walked outside and across a road to the American terminal. Still not knowing the gate. I stepped up to the TSA line. Where the perplexed looking agent asked why I was in his line. It would be closer if I went back across the ...
... and walked around the grounds with all of the other freshman who were there for orientation. It's quite a large campus, but the area itself has quite a youthful and exciting feel to it. The grounds extend even further than just the dorms and the classrooms, with the sports stadium (which looks like a mini Colosseum) another suburb away.
After visiting Harvard (and leaving much smarter), we headed back to the Boston Common area to find something for dinner. On the way and all ...
The weather forecast was for a possible storm, so we decided not to go too far away today. We started off with a big walk around Boston Common, and we had a long chat to a couple of nice ladies who stopped to offer help when they saw us looking at our map. It was a bit cloudy and humid, but not cold. We got the underground to the South Boston station and spent a fair while there checking out the options for us to catch the ...