Liberty Park Pension
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Before we even had chance to drop our bags in the room, a Russian guy sat in reception whisked us off on the back of his motorbike to the nearest tour office. We'd merely mentioned the words 'Underground River', but because we were only around for one full day (the next day), he said we would have to go immediately to even stand half a chance of getting on a tour for the following day. Luckily, because we had proof of our flights leaving the next day, the tour office was able to pull ...
... and helpful people, pristine beaches and waters, make it a beautiful reason to be here. Smile and they will smile back at you... Life will do too... You might be asking yourself, why am I writing about it? Well, it's an important part of this whole journey and honestly, I just didn't expect it to come that soon... What a surprise! Maybe it happened because for the past few days I was also struggling a bit to understand and see myself in ...
I had no plans for today. Filming for "Black Mass" was supposed to be down the road but there were no updates or anything happening on set. Which was good, cos I decided this morning to go back into the city instead. After skyping Mum, I shoved the map into the bottom of my bag, and got on the red line train. I suppose I should be extra cautious and have everything planned before I leave my hotel, especially because I'm in a different country all by ...
... different to the Chicago accent. We got the T (what Bostonians call their metro system) to Back Bay (a suburb of Boston) where we checked in to Hotel 140 and found that we had been upgraded once again! Two from two so far! We only rested for a matter minutes before deciding to make good use of the remainder of the day by going on a guided tour of the Freedom Trail. This tour explained the history and showed some landmarks of the American Revolution. We rugged up and walked about ...
... the villages of Lexington and Concord had to protect themselves from the British army that was already occupying Boston. The army left their Boston barracks in the middle of the night in a forced march of approximately 20 miles to the villages of Lexington and Concord. They had hoped to surprise the residents and capture the caches of weapons before they could be moved. But the signal from the Old North Church alerted Paul Revere, a patriot from Boston, and he rode all night ...