Boston Marriott Burlington
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We enjoyed beautiful downtown Boston on the Freedom Trail. We went to many historic sites including old City Hall and a cemetery where Sam Adams, Paul Revere, and John Hancock are buried. The tour ended at the Boston Commons. Our tour guide was an actor and a social studies teacher. He made our tour very worthwhile. After the tour we visited the …
... as some (?) Of the signers of the Declaration of Independence came from here - John Adams the second president and his second cousin Samuel Adams became a governor of Massachusetts. You have probably heard of the Boston Tea Party - here is a cut and paste about it. ...
... quiet time then headed to the half price ticket booth to see if we could get flashdance tickets .Unfortunatly they had all sold so we decided to go to the longest running play in the world ,a play called Shear Madness down in the theatre district .We grabbed a taxi straight down there found the theatre in a very suspect side street next to where Blue Man was showing and then went to the main strip to get RIBBBBBBBS .Ticked another box that night well two really ,saw a play and ...
... orient ourselves and walked to the Park called Commons. It was so nice. Then found the metro entrance and spoke to the train assistant who was helpful. We decided to buy. 7 day pass for $18 each, as we thought we would use. At $2.50 per ride we thought it worth the money. Then returned to the hotel. Our room was ready, so that was great. After some housekeeping ie called the Marriott as those charges were still on our card, ...
... about laughing, when I want them to feel sympathetic and outraged for my plight!) Obviously THEY hadn't gone hungry the night before. I went downstairs and let the desk staff know and to their credit, they went out of their way to help. So they should have, I hear you thinking. I'm sure they didn't want the rest of their guests to know someone had a bug infested bed, so to MY credit, I didn't make a big loud fuss, as some people, with justification I might add, would have done. ...