Homewood Suites By Hilton Boston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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On the ferry back from P town to Boston. The sun is setting and it's quiet on the boat. You can tell that everyone had a full day.
This has been a great time because of the quiet to reflect and know that I am very lucky to be able to travel and do these amazing things that I do.
P-Town was fun and to be on a bike just riding along (and dodging tourists). Whether it was seeing the place we used to vacation ( it ...
... us – the Dutchies– to be able to celebrate King’s Day despite being on the other side of the world.
Clearly, Mr. Gieskes had a wonderful time, because he then invited us to his King’s Day reception that would take place the next day. So, on Sunday, Karel and I (Maxime and Remco unfortunately could not make it), were picked up by a fancy van with leather seatings, a fridge and a disco ball which took us to the ...
... guides - all bearded and suitably adorned with hipster tattoos and checked shirts, explained the brewing process and gave us a crash course in beer sampling with 3 free half pints to try out our new skills on. The rules were simple:
"1) Everyone gets served before anyone gets seconds....and
2) No drinking straight from the pitchers...
Folks I wouldn't have to say it if it hadn't happened before"
My next stop was over in Cambridge...Massachusetts that is. ...
... as we were told they are fairly common even in town as they come into raid the rubbish bins but no luck. To night we went to the ball park to see the Boston Red Socks beat the New York Yankies. We all enjoyed the game, a great atmosphere with lots of crowd participation and singing, and the home team won which pleased most of the ...
... Boston is the city with the 2nd most students in the world after Tokyo! In the afternoon we walked along the Charles River and then up to Charlestown where there are beautiful Victorian homes. Andrzej collected us from the park at Bunker Hill Memorial in the late afternoon. On Monday we commuted into Boston with Agnieszka and experienced the very busy Boston traffic, en route and over the dramatic suspension bridge, into the ...