Boston Marriott Long Wharf
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The Marriott Long Wharf Hotel is beautiful . It sits in the middle of everything. The hotel has a very nice gym equipped with everything . This is a hotel I would go back to.
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... building, with a central stairwell and cupola adorned with murals by John Singer Sargent. The pictures and sculptures were beautifully organised with full easy to read descriptions alongside the art works. Several had audio sections available that were well worth listening to – most were just under 2 minutes and really added to our understanding of the art work. We were impressed with the quality of the art available with ...
... the ambiance right? Plus isn't somebody going to throw up halfway into the show anyways?
16 dollars later, I get my roll and it is great. Tastes basically of lobster and it is in the correct bread and toasted with butter. Lots of lobster for my money. I still had half an hour until my show. Let's get another lobster roll! 5 feet and find another highly rated shop called Pauli's and try their lobster roll. It was not bad either. about the same ...
... mountain in Massachusetts. We managed a couple of miles trekking in the wood to get a fuller flavour. Next we travelled to Lenox stopping at a store with everything, though just a few of everything. Dined in Lenox. Oct 16 A Rockwell day. We went into Pittsfield to deliver the now replaced bag to FedEx, it having chased us and missed us in Stowe, also to do some washing and have a coffee. Then to Stockbridge - once home of Norman Rockwell and made famous by his paintings of the ...
... our bikes were waiting for us as soon as we turned onto the baggage concourse. From there it was fairly easy to find the baggage depository. The plan was to stuff one bag inside the other to save some of the fee. That was a good thing because in the end it cost €14 per day for a hefty €140! After a half hour of assembly we were on our way to the Deutsche Bahn. We weren’t up for the ticket machines so I waited in line and had my first German communication ...
... across the road to the State Station in the Old School House. We didn't have long to wait for the train. Outside airport station, there are free shuttle buses waiting to take people to the various terminals. We had booked a United flight which wad operated by Air Canada ...that led to a little confusion as we couldn't book in with United but had to go over to the Air Canada part ...