Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area
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... can do it's aerial thing during the concert. Because it was blocking us from building the side LED wall, I continued on to the Def Leppard screens before getting back to those. Unfortunately, once they had cleared the path for us to build, the audio guy had occupied the space and we had to work around them. I am not complaining, they have to do their job as well, but it made things interesting.
By the time I had the side LED screen up, we had noticed a tile where ...
A beautiful sunny day in Boston. Before going out, we We walked heaps and heaps again today. Firstly, we went to a couple of bus offices, and we booked to go on a day trip to Newport Rhode Island tomorrow. Then to the underground, and got on a train to Quincy Markets. It's very colourful there, with lots of cafes and some street entertainers and crowds of people. We enjoyed sitting on the waterfront watching all the yachts and ...
... I had to make do with photos of the exterior. It was Paul Revere that lit the lanterns in the steeple of the Old North Church and rode around Boston and parts of Massachusetts to warn the residence of the British Troops marching to Lexington and Concord. The next stop on the trail was therefore the Old North Church where Paul Revere lit two lanterns in the steeple. The trail then crossed over Boston Bay for the final few sights. I came into Charlestown, the same Charlestown I ...
... They open at 4:30 and the line often begins lining up by 4pm. When we arrived at 4:20 the line was already about 12 people. We made the first seating and were packed into a table. The server essentially serves two or three tables at one time, telling you the specials and taking multiple orders together. Ordered food comes out quickly and you move through a full meal in about 30 minutes. The foods was good, not great. The experience was interesting and worth ...
... ourselves to a chai tea latte and a mocha Frappuccino at Starbucks, which were still cheaper (in dollars and including taxes) than in Holland, Remco and I explored the mall in the Prudential building. Not just because it was nice and warm inside and we wanted to protect ourselves from the icy winds, but also because we wanted to see if we could go all the way to the top of the building. We found that the elevator could take us to the 52th floor and that ...
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