Red Roof Inn Boston Framingham
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... your ID. I'm not just here for eye candy."
Our tour group split up at Quincy Market and since it was lunch time, John and I headed for Durgin Park restaurant, a place we had enjoyed on our previous visit. The food and service did not disappoint! John loved the clam chowder. After lunch we had some time to shop and I bought a Boston Strong t-shirt and some socks, mostly because I had worn all ...
... graffiti as no one could get close enough to the wall on the eastern side before being shot down. The special exhibit during my visit was on the Cuban missile crisis and one interesting story which I came across was how there really actually was nearly a nuclear confrontation at sea! This was completely unbeknown to the US at the time! Savitsky the commander of a USSR ship was furious at the US army dropped depth charges to force the submarines to surface. Temperature went ...
... W: I am very excited for the trip because I've never been outside the country other than Canada. I also am excited to use my Spanish there.
- Kavya R.: I am very excited for the trip. I have been outside the country and alone from my parents before, but I always ended up meeting family at the airport. I am really excite though, and I hope I don't lose my passport.
- Caitlyn E. : I am very anxious to go on the ...
... including, the State House, site of the Boston Massacre, which now houses a 'T' (subway) station), Boston Common, the first American park. A few different cemeteries, it did kind of make us feel a little guilty being British, not for too long though.
We crossed the Charles river over a metal bridge that made a weary sound as cars crossed it, and you could see straight through the mesh like surface we walked on. Susie was very brave ...
... have the heart to complain – after all, we never booked a view in the first place…
Before unpacking we decide to return the car to Hertz a day early. We have parked up for just over 2 hours. The fee is an eyewatering $28. It would have been cheaper to valet park the car at one of the big 5* hotels round the corner. Mr Fletche then has to suffer a harrowing drive through the Boston one-way system, because once again – despite being ...