Holiday Inn Express Saugus (Logan Airport)
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... that is the oldest public city park in the USA. It is also the start of the Boston Freedom trail which winds it's way through the city touching 16 significant historical landmarks situated throughout the city. We set off to follow the trail of some 2.5 miles which would have us ending up at the USS Constitution. The walk was very busy with tourists although these dropped off the further along we went. Highlights included: the ...
... is a right pain because it means doing all this down there so I can get a connection. The rooms are the worst that we've had up to now but they have still got two double beds in it! I actually found a pair of panties that had been left behind by a previous guest so I will informing reception tomorrow! See pics Now this Hotel the Park Plaza Hotel where we are staying was a favourite of Bill Clinton, judging from the carpets stains he may have stopped in our ...
I'm sitting here looking out the hotel window and can see quite a lot of Boston city. It all seems a bit unreal really, to think that we are here, so far from home and yet it doesn't seem like a strange city and we feel really comfortable like we've been here a long time. Boston is quite pretty with lots of lovely gardens full of bright flowers and stunning hanging baskets. The weather is looking good. A bit ...
... if your bike is in a cardboard box. Lufthansa is a decent airline. Their service is very good and the food is nothing to complain about. I just hate being packed in like a sardine. I can never sleep on these long flights. Of course it didn’t help that I chose to watch “Catching Fire”, the second of the Hunger Games movies. It seemed like Will was getting a bit of shut-eye. Landing in Munich everything was easy and uneventful. By the time we had walked through ...
... is a statue of John Harvard and one of the shoes is polished gold. Tourists tend to touch this shoe so, the students pee on it to get back at all the tourists who fill up their pathways and prevent them from quickly getting to lectures. Their library has 3 million books and goes underground 5 floors! I could go on about this as she gave us so much information about university life and we got quite into it really. Afterwards, we were all so tired that we headed back to hostel for ...