Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Boston Garden
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A great hotel with very friendly, helpful staff. Perfect for TD gardens.....across the road and within walking distance to everything else. Great breakfast! Lovely and quiet, good sleeps from everyone!
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Had a great day in Boston. What a wonderful city. So easy to get around and so much to learn. We learnt all about The Boston Tea Party by visiting a great museum where you can re-inact the dumping of the tea! It was a perfect Autumn day and we are now getting ready for the game across the road at TD gardens.
... night. The following day, Diny took me to the museum of fine art. Really random exhibitions about quilts and the colour pink. We learnt all about how men used to wear dresses and that oasis is really bad for the flowers in an arrangement (take note all your florists out there!). Look out for the photo of the bouquet that a woman made in the flower arranging masterclass...it is probably one of the best bouquets I have ever seen. The Asian art is very intricate and I took a photo ...
... toiletries, etc, are fine, but crushed crackers and other leftovers from guests just made things look untidy. Angie and I were on the ground floor. Julie and Sandy, who were in Apartment Four on the top floor of the building, had similar issues with the cleanliness. Overall though, it was thumbs up from us. We would recommend the apartments, and would use them again ...
... pocket money on gourmet jelly beans and pick and mix. By now it is nearly 4pm and tired. We head over to Copley Place and debate finding the shops there, but opted to head over to Fenway Park to the Red Sox store to get caps and t-shirts before the game on Friday evening. A couple of stops along the green line on the T (Boston's underground network) to Kenmore later and we followed the signs out of the station for Fenway ...
... back out when it stops to Boston Common which is very pretty. Keep walking on to Copps Hill Burial Ground for some good old fashioned grave stone reading and a walk around the wharf. Watched the buskers in Faneuil Hall. Went to see the Great (or not so Great) Gatsby at the cinema. Opulent in it's look, but not great in the story. Think I'll wait till the book comes out.. $6 pizza slice dinner $12 cinema ...