Millennium Bostonian Hotel
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... mix of old and new buildings. The tall office buildings have interesting architectural features which separate them from the older buildings while being sympathetic with what is around them. Many of them have a sense of drama – a curious mix that leaves one with the sense that this city is very proud of its arts and science and also very wealthy.
3. The green areas – there are lots of parks and green areas and, of course lots of water. ...
Our first flight of our trip was cancelled, but they re-booked us right away. Just wondering what that means for the fate of our flight luck.
Both of us successfully packed in 1 carry on roller suitcase and backpack each.
Clint's thinks his favorite item is the trip will be: merino wool t-shirts or Starbucks Via instant coffee.
Kacey thinks her favorite item of the trip will be: zip up mini backpack or tiger balm, even though she's not too sure what is ...
... off and jump on a bus.
We sat outside at the stop waiting for the bus with a couple of others as the sun had come up and it was slowly starting to warm up. Leesh and I look worse for wear after the average sleep (her better than me as always) and we are both pretty destroyed from it. We are hoping we get a nice early check in to the hotel despite it being early morning. The bus arrives and we jump on after a few others and notice the bus fare card reader ...
... lunch as there was so much choice! In the afternoon we took the ferry boat across to Peaks Island which is one of the many islands in the harbour. The island has a permanent population as well as many holiday homes and other holiday accommodation. Golf carts seemed to be the most popular mode of transport and in this respect reminded us of Hamilton Island in Queensland. It had a lovely relaxing atmosphere and we enjoyed meandering before taking another ferry back to the mainland. ...
... are allowed to try different flavours. They had dark chocolate, whoopee ice cream, amarula pecan, maine maple walnut just to name a few. I get a dark chocolate with whoopee pie and of course my beloved wants to try some too. Geline and Vic share the amarula pecan. I understand why people lined up outside the door, it was delish!
We do some more walking around and manage to get a tour of the local brewery - the Shipyard Brewing Co. We were initially told that the tours for ...