Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
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... depart! Consequently quite a delay!
On our journey today we were in Canada, and three USA states!! We left Quebec, drove through Vermont, New Hampshire and into Boston, Massachusetts. To break the journey we watched a 2003 American movie set in the Great Depression about a horse Seabiscuit . A true story - the horse was unexpectedly a success and was extremely popular in the United States. I enjoyed the movie J!!
... grumpy old lady took our passports and called out Jess' name. Jess walked forward, my name was then called, and I did the same. She then looked directly at us, and said 'well come on I've called your name out already,' as if we were in trouble for blinking.
We followed her to her little counter of evil, where she asked us the same questions as the guy in the previous room. She asked if we had a return ticket to Canada, and we said no, as we were part of a ...
... After lunch, we laid around, trying to avoid direct sun. We did go swimming in the ocean for a rather long-time. I used mask and flippers. I saw a starfish, a pair of sunglasses, which Brent dove for and recovered and a part of a bathing suit or similar thing. The bottom is pure white powdery sand. According to the history lecture we attended after dinner, this beach is the second best in the world. I worked out while Betsy got in line for dinner reservations the ...
... the ship’s officers would not go and soon became a place for enlisted men to discuss and spread the rumors of the ship. Today those rumors are known as scuttle bud. The lowered decks contained the sleeping hammocks, the cooking gallery, and cannons with their munitions. At 5’10” I had to be very careful when walking around in the lower decks because of the ships cross members. Walking the decks of this historic and gallant ship conjured up feelings of ...
... belief, Paul Revere did not shout "The British are coming!" during his infamous ride, as the colonists at the time considered themselves British. Instead he announced "The Regulars are coming!" which referred to the British army.)
The trolley dropped us in the North End, and we soon found ourselves enjoying a fabulous breakfast at the North Street Grill. Sadly, tiramisu french toast was no longer on the menu, ...