Hotel Indigo Boston - Newton Riverside
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... again - we should travel to a different state! Thank you!
Kira - My favorite part was when everyone traveled around the area and saw and experienced things you never really see.
Abby - My favorite part of the day was spending time with my Girl Scout sisters!
Keira - My favorite part was the seals.
Abby - I liked it when I got to see the big turtle. It was so cool!
... chain) was well deserved after watching the Red Sox guys burn calories for three hours straight, and then we headed home.
All in all; quite some exciting events have been going on in and around BC and the summerlike temperatures are making it a lot more pleasant. However, the most exciting is yet to come: in only 4 days, I will be picking up mom from the airport and we will be exploring the east coast together like no one has done before! Can’t ...
Today is Black Friday which is the day that the holiday sales begin, this is a huge tradition and got its name as retailers who had had slow sales aimed to lift their sales and take their financial balance sheet from the red into the black. The sales had typically started at the opening of business but now it was customary for the shops and malls to open at midnight with people queuing to get the best bargain. I flew to ...
... if I ever get to Europe...I would be totally hopeless! I think the photos of buildings alone would make a book! Won't include them all here... Boston, the star city so far....yes I know we've only visited two, but there was something about It. Maybe my view would change if it was in the middle of winter, but for now, in fall, its beautiful. It seemed to have that nice balance of a bustling city and yet still small enough to have a ...
... snooze, by blazing the Freedom Trail. It starts in Boston Common, the first public park commissioned in America in 1634. In its time it has been used for cattle grazing, military staging and the site of the stocks in Puritan society; now, locals and tourists relax by the pond and the trees show all the vivid colours of the New England autumn.
The trail takes you through the heart of the city via various state houses and chapels from ...