Comfort Inn Milford
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... marketplace. Meg takes us on the T (Boston's Undergroud). Very impressive for $2.50 you can ride anywhere. In 5-10 minutes we arrive. The first first thing we spot is Boston Chowda so of course Erin and Meg share a cup of chowder, unfortunately The Goutman has to pass. It's very good, thick and full of clams. We cruise the market and discover a little stand for the Wicked Cupcakes from Shark Tank! We snap a picture ...
... apparently went down with the ship. As his passion couldn't be fulfilled his mother donated 2 million to Harvard to build a library in his name with 3 rules, it had to have a replica of his work station made with fresh flowers replaced everyday, no alterations were allowed to be made to the building and apparently everyone had to learn to swim before they graduated - which is a little bit of a myth. As the book collection grew they weren't allowed to change the building ...
Weeks on the Road: 20 weeks
Travel by Motorhome: 13,223km
Travel by Car: 6,065km
Total Travelled: 19,288km
States Visited: Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts,
Oh dear I'm getting behind on my blogs!! We are always on the move either in the motorhome, car or our poor tired feet!! I will attempt to catch up but we are off again in the morning so it may be short!!
Salem is mostly know for the ...
... to see me if you think you might be getting sick, or if you have a cold. You can all help with my wellness in this way.
Mark and I left the hospital well after 7:00 PM. I was able to sit with him at “Legal” and eat a baked potato. After dinner, I showed Mark the roses in the Boston public garden and we saw a little of the Shakespeare in the Park staying a safe distance from the crowds.
We came home the next morning. And after the trip, oh was ...
In "The Wizard of Oz" Dorothy just had to follow the yellow brick road to get to Oz, but in Boston you just need to follow the red line on the sidewalks known as the Freedom Trail to get to all the Revolutionary War era historic sites in the city center.
One end of the trail is in Charlestown, a historic neighborhood across the Charles River centered on the Bunker Hill Monument commemorates the Revolutionary War Battle of Bunker Hill. The red line travels down ...