Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
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Na drie dagen toeren langs de kust van New England hebben we donderdag onze volgende grote stop bereikt: Boston, Massachusetts, "the biggest of small cities". Boston is een super gezellige, mooie stad, met veel sfeer! Het is een van de oudste steden van de USA, en het doet behoorlijk Europees aan. Maar Boston heeft ook veel typisch Amerikaanse …
... you for helping us. Seriously, he wanted it I swear, so if anyone in Boston sees a guy wearing a single multi-coloured woven teardrop earing, I’m how he got it!
The final leg of the trail took us to Boston Common, now completely covered in snow, where we celebrated with a quick snowball fight, and Alex snow angel and a rousing cheer of victory: “To the pub!!”. We walked a final five minutes to arrive at Cheers, the original site that ...
... it was one of the best meals they have had out here!
That afternoon we went to the Boston Tea Party museum. It was a real highlight of our trip to Boston. Located on the Congress Street Bridge, it’s a floating museum which was unlike anything we had experienced before. We were transported back in time to take part in the famous event that forever changed the course of American history. We met ...
... covering a lot of distance, but soon realized we had been inefficient in covering all the major sites we wanted to see in Boston. After looking at a map we realized that we had hopscotched around the Freedom Trail. Instead of pursuing the sites of American History in a logical order, we started our tour the next day in the middle of the Freedom Trail and spent the afternoon backtracking and retracking many of the famous ...
... a different atmosphere to the Yankee stadium, maybe due to the size, maybe the intense rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees. There seemed to be fewer breaks between innings and the play seemed to keep going at a pace. We loved the wurlitzer organ music that played between the innings and at one point the whole stadium was instructed to stand and sing what was obviously a Rd Sox theme song, but to our amusement to the tune of the cockney song 'the ...