Hotel Indigo Boston - Newton Riverside
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the best and we have definitely have found good company, good food and good wine a lot of laughs. All and all a wonderful ending to a day that wasn't looking all to bright in the morning.
So no pictures today. But all is silent outside (we found out that it is normal here that construction is done during the night ???!!!???). So off to bed and a new day ahead.
... so yummy and creamy. Service was a bit slow but the staff were friendly. After polishing off a plate of Mac & Cheese with lobster (who puts mac & cheese on a restaurant menu?), we headed down for the trolley tour. It took us past all the main locations of interest and saved my feet for awhile. Finally heading back to the hotel, and being unable to find a single black cat in Salem, we chose to relax for the evening. The next day we flew out to ...
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 ...
... We’re only looking for something casual tonight so we head to the Prudential Center. We spy that traditional East Coast, Boston eatery – California Pizza Kitchen. Not wanting bread-based foods, we both opt for salads (half portions – I remember opting for the full portion in LA) which are amazing. Except my Candied Peach Salad with added Smokewood Bacon seems to be missing the bacon. To make up for not complaining about our falsely promised ...
... that you area probably thinking, 'why Lancaster?' I will tell you know. When I was a little girl (of age 6) I went to London. I think my parents decided we should go because it would be a fun trip and I had just finished doing the play 'My Fair Lady' with my 1st grade class. I thought going to London would be amazing. I figured the streets would be paved with gold and always sparkling and I thought it would always be sunny because the queen ...