Red Roof Plus+ Boston - Logan
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... off for another wander around Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market. It was rammed this time, so I didn't stay too long -just enough to purchase my "Bahk! Bahk!" tee, and a delicious smoothie to slurp as I wander up into the North End where I stumbled across a street market. I was knackered by the time I reached TD Gardens [Go Bruins!], so I hopped on the T back to the hotel for the night. I've walked my little legs off ...
... We headed into town and headed on the subway down to Fanueil Hall. Enjoyed the market, some of the street performers and got the girls a Red Sox hat. We ended up getting back and checked into the Lenox Hotel around 4. Headed to Fenway Park and got there about 5:15. Toured around the area of Fenway and then hit Yawkey Way. Had an italian sausage and beer and got ready for the game. I took the girls around the ...
It was our last morning in Cape Cod, so we decided to take the lady's advice from the campground office and bike into Wood's Hole for breakfast. The Sunset Bike Trail was formerly a railroad track that was converted into a beautiful trial that the community used to bike, run, walk, rollerblade, and walk their dogs. The entire trail is just over 12 miles, but we entered at the 5.3 mark and headed into town.
The trail went behind homes, along wooded areas, and then ...
... played tennis "before the heat" set in. We were too late. We secured a spot under a pavilion on the beach and went to breakfast. And then spent the rest of the day at the beach, with breaks for lunch, swimming, aqua gym in mid-afternoon, and a walk south along the beach (30 minutes one way; 30 minutes back). I got to a hotel by the name of Regent Palms, about 1 1/2 miles away. Tonight's dinner was "chef's choice." After dinner, we watched the circus show that ...
... not to fire their weapons, fired on the unarmed protesters. Three were killed immediately and two more died later. Before the British could confer with England on how to handle the situation, the story had spread thru out the colonies and the entire colonies were outraged. This was another straw on the proverbial camel’s back. At the Old South meeting house speakers such as Samuel Adams decried the murderous British soldiers that fired on the unarmed protesters at ...