Hyatt Place Boston/Braintree
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... I headed back home and called it an early night. In the morning I made my way to my bus, headed for New York! After about an hour the driver pulled over for some reason, then after a couple of minutes there was a huge thud and we all had to get off the bus. A tyre had exploded and made a complete mess so we had to wait around for two hours for a replacement bus! It finally came and we headed towards New York once ...
Sofi wasnt enjoying boston that much, so she checked out and organised how tog et back to the vineyard. However, in the meantime, we decided to go and check out the outer harbour islands. A short ferry ride away.Our $15 ticket got us access to 2 islands, spectacle and georges. We decided to stop at both. The ferry took us past the city and gave us the most spectacular view ...
O.k a little bit. I did sleep longer and took awhile to get ready. Breakfast was served at 10:30 so I had some time. I actually read a book. Not one of my study books, but a real book. It wasn't easy to put down and funny thing is, when I grabbed it at B&N, I just liked the cover and the title, but the story plot is in: IRELAND.
I've been here a week now and a feeling of home ...
Cambridge wasn't a total loss, we stopped in at the MIT museum which had some really neat exhibits on robotics and holograms and mechanical engineering. We ate breakfast at Cafe Luna, which had good reviews but really wasn't very impressive. On our way back we stopped in at Mead Hall which was pretty decent, big tap list and some cool meads. Overall though our Cambridge adventure was a bit of a let ...
... and a pint of Samuel Adams. We may not be able to follow his vital contribution to American independence, but we can certainly drink his beer. We manage to somehow stumble back onto the Freedom Trail from here, and follow a loud cheering to Fanueil Hall. The Bruins are starting their season tomorrow, and we get to see current Bruins captain Zdeno Chara, Milan Lucic and Patrice Bergeron face their adoring public. We whoop and cheer with ...