Holiday Inn Express Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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After lunch on Thursday we walked from Faneuil Hall marketplace past the wharves (upmarket tourist ones) down to the 'Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum' on Congress St Bridge. There we took part in a re-enactment of tossing the tea overboard having first heard the history behind the event. We had guides dressed in costume ...
... WI, in the waiting room of a free clinic. Unexpectedly, I was in and out of the clinic room quite fast and had all my questions answered and then just had to wait for the papers. Unfortunately, for me, when the papers were ready and I was called back, they were not the papers I was expecting and hoping for. All I needed was one silly little signature saying I was healthy and able to travel. What I got was, hey go to this OTHER clinic no where near here or where ...
... cladding- to Fenway Stadium and the highlight of the day. Boston Red Sox vs Baltimore Oriels. Our first and possibly only professional baseball game. Our thoughts:
1.Tom thinks he would have been keen to play it if he had lived in US and could see himself getting into it as a spectator.
2. James thought it was pretty good but like all US sports pretty tedious ( he went to an American Football game when he went to Space Camp).
3. Anne thought it ...
... Boston’s oldest building in existence. Paul Revere purchased the house for 53 pounds and was living in it when he participated in the Boston Tea Party and his midnight ride. It was getting to be late in the afternoon and it was time to head to the Charles River to go on our Boston Tea Party Tour. It started at a town meeting with Mrs. Pitts and Samuel Adams who were organizing the boycott on the tax for tea. The tea had been sitting in ships on the harbor for ...
Even though we found ourselves in the middle of a snowstorm in chilly Montreal about ten days ago, I have been walking around campus without a coat on for the past week. Spring is coming and it's coming fast! The reservoir is no longer frozen, the grass is green and everyone takes their lunches to the quad to enjoy the sun while it lasts. These first signs of warmer weather result in an urge to explore and be outside, and that is exactly what I did last weekend. ...