Comfort Inn Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Great day today. Did a tour of one of the oldest baseball parks in the US, Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Socks. They are very passionate about their team and this historic ground where the scoreboard is still operated manually by 3 men sitting behind it. Visited the locker rooms, bleachers, the media stands, the green "monstar" seats (which is a big green wall above the scoreboard where they have put 268 seats) and lastly the ...
... s New Deal. So let's just say I wasn't paying attention to all the historical facts during the tour! Nevertheless, I learnt some very interesting things about Boston. The north end of Boston is referred to as 'little Italy,' due to the amount of Italians that moved there in the 19th century. The Irish also came here in their droves. They arrived in Boston during the Irish potato famine and soon this place was overrun with people. It ...
I had to borrow a quote from the Avette Brothers to start this whole thing. It seems more than relevant (not only because Cam and I saw them in concert a few days ago for our last Friday night date night for three months) but also because it's kind of what I did. I've never been much of a stress or plan kind of person. When it was time to pick a major for college I ...
Sad to leave our lovely bunk room in the International Youth Hostel and set off for another walking route through Boston to Fenway Stadium for the game.
We went through the Formal Gardens of Boston that have bronze Mother duck and ducklings. Toddlers were queueing up by standing over the babies and working up to the mother for the photo opportunity. Ruth was too bashful so mum took her place and got the shot.
Onwards through Back Bay- interesting use ...
... if we did it this way. So we decided to fly to a halfway point (Denver) and then focus on the Western part of the country.
Also, originally, this was a mother/daughter bonding trip. The reason for this was that Bill has never had a desire to drive cross country. He has, however, always wanted to go to Yellowstone National Park. When we started talking about that part of the trip, his ears perked ...