Comfort Inn Milford
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We started the Boston part of our trip with the best of intentions to avoid Boston traffic. Unfortunately, it didn't work out the way we planned. Our plan was to stay in the suburbs and take the commuter train. Once we arrived in Boston, we'd use the subways and buses to get to the places we wanted to go.
Understand this was not the first …
Boston is wicked! We arrived late afternoon and had some free time before dinner. So Carlee and I went shopping. The first bit of shopping we had done since we arrived in America. I managed to get a couple of t-shirts from GAP for 3 bucks each and a side bag - things that have already been very useful! We went to Cheers for dinner. The bar kind of looked like the real thing - of course it had to be changed for the set and audience etc. Carlee, Julia, Jacqui, Ryan and ...
... a good time before the light from the windows was obscured, I looked up and saw the most Enormous piece of chocolate cake, not one but several, no a trolley full of seven layer chocolate cake. Each portion would have served a family for a week what on earth? We all sat in wonderment at the sheer preposterous size of the portions how can someone possibly consume soooo much chocolate cake. Several tried but nobody managed more than a third, what ...
... where the Chicago Bulls locker room entry was, so they were always running past. It was the best view I could have hoped for. I also bought a foam finger, since that's what you do :)
There was a lot happening before the game, with dancers from a school on the floor, both teams came out for some training, the star spangled banner was sung and then the game began to start. It was a really great atmosphere for my first NBA game. I have to ...
... the top. The rail ties are now the steps. I climbed to the top in about 28 min. There were people going at all different paces. Most of the people there at that hour appeared to be mostly locals or military people using it for training. Some hard core people were making it extra hard by carrying large rocks up. There are places along side the trail to pull off and rest and let faster climbers pass. There is one section that crosses a ravine so you ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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