Holiday Inn Rockland
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... and with David as our server. They had had a big New Year’s Eve crowd and were out of several foods, including clams! Phil really wanted the bouillabaisse stew and debated a long time before ordering it without the clams. They did put a lot into it but still not as much as it should have been. I had the Portuguese soup again and it was just as good. David said he will get me a bigger bowl next time!! Back to the inn and our group was just ...
... The start of our walking tour was Quincy Street Market and the adjacent Faneuil Hall which was a gift to the City by Peter Faneuil, a wealthy French merchant in 1742, and it quickly became an important meeting place associated with the rebellion. The Old State House is an ornate building which now serves as a restaurant and is next to the site of the massacre which took place in 1770. Kings Chapel is a fabulous Puritan Church and ...
... Beer. Surely there is no better way of seeing a city ......we cruised passed historic boat houses (similar to those on The Thames) and impressive cityscape. Our attention was soon drawn to the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) buildings that spread out along the river. MIT is a leader in computer, electronic and nuclear technologies. It is noteworthy to mention we were accompanied by a "bevy" of Boston beauties on some sort of hen night one of which had ...
bound on three sides by Boston Harbor, the Charles River, and the Fort Point
Channel without much room to grow. Just to the east of the channel, though, is
a large area of mostly empty space that had been the Boston’s port facility and
associated warehouses. The area is a little like Denver’s new neighborhoods
west of Union Station that had recently been an unused rail yard, a large open
space adjacent to a city downtown available ...
... their parents were having more civilized reunions of their own while the kiddies ran and played, as if this were completely normal. I picked up my things and headed for a different gate with my same flight, to see if I could be spared of this caravan, but it was full. I just had to deal with it. Eventually, the mothers caught up to the kids and convinced them to stay relatively put.
At 10:45, we finally boarded. As ...