Holiday Inn Tewksbury Andover
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... area. This was about a ½ mile walk but an enjoyable one. On the way we met a 26 year old from China. He is graduating shortly and returning to China. Really enjoyed talking with him and we took pictures. (had an email from him when we returned home) Next stop was Corn Hill where the Pilgrims ‘found’ corn that the Indians had put away for the winter. We did take a quick walk to the ocean here but to windy to stay more than a moment or ...
... This is definitely a town that's on my list to come back to and explore when I'm not being shuttled between airport, hotel and cruise terminal. Twenty four hours amounts to being here just mere seconds with all there is to see. Top of my list for a legitimate visit will be the Museum of Fine Arts, a city tour, and so many of the historical sites bean town has to offer. Until next time ...
... streets passed the Faneuil Hall Market the house of Paul Revere and in to Hanover Street which is the Italian Quarter Had a lovely meal in Ristorante Italalino (you couldn't make up the name) but the food was great Missed the last Tram back so had to take a taxi which was just as well as the skies opened up and the rain came down - and how Going to pack because tomorrow "We are ...
... be in New York (but I don't feel so bad, because everyone goes for the Yankees already anyway).
We decided to head back to the Quincy Market area for dinner, and ended up choosing a place next door to the Cheers bar in a place called the Salty Dog. Strangely enough this was a seafood restaurant, but even more ironic than that, was the fact that I ordered chicken and Jess ordered beef! It was still delicious though :). After dinner, we decided that ice cream would go down ...
... about it that makes it my favorite (I may be a bit biased) so far. Sorry Petco Park, you had a good run.
The game was not as rewarding as the stadium. The Cubs pitcher Jake Arietta was dealing. after four innings he had a perfect game intact but a walk in the 5th killed that chance. He did however keep the no-hitter intact much longer. As the 7th inning came and went with still no Red Sox hits I began to feel torn. Coming into ...