Holiday Inn Express Boston / Waltham
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On Tuesday and Wednesday we toured Boston. We went to the New England Aquarium which was really good. They had the most enormous turtle there and even had a few of our Penguins that had come from the Melbourne Zoo.
We walked the streets for too long, but ...
Today we are anchored off Newport and we were tendered to shore which was quite a distance from the pier, this proved to be an eye opener as we passed through between many luxurious yacht's that are moored in the bay. One can only try to imagine the money tied up in these vessels. Our excursion was to visit a lighthouse and my how interesting that was. We firstly did a lovely water tour around the bay viewing all the mansions on the side of the hill, that were to ...
... was pleasant and we sauntered along its banks enjoying the scenery & the sunshine. We didn't really have an exact route planned-so we did have to do a bit of doubling back-especially as crossing the road was a no-no! Too fast & all coming from the wrong direction! A gentle saunter took us to Fenway Park- home of the Boston Red Socks, didn't go in but had a drink in the *******Bar, which gave us a pitch-level view of the stadium. Strolled on and ...
... some were acting the fool! Again, we were tuckered out and fell asleep as soon as we got to the hotel and had hot showers. The next morning was our flight back home and back to reality. Our road trip around New England was at an end. We visited many new places and discovered there were quiet a few we'd love to come back and spend more time exploring. Boston, Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, The White Mountains of New Hampshire, Burlington, Vermont--we will see you ...
... other 100 Italian eateries in this area. It has fewer trees and is a bit starker. I enter at the back end there are no eateries but there are couple of members only clubs. One is the North End Golf Association. Judging by the look of a couple of characters standing out the front, when the members swing their golf clubs, I don’t think it is golf balls they are hitting. I move on into the historical heart of Boston. Past Paul Revere’s statue, but ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking