Renaissance Boston Hotel & Spa at Patriot Place
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... had to do without ever doubting my abilities or questioning my sanity. I Love you all and when it is your turn to "ride", I will be there to support, cheer, and Pray for you.
The WE would not be complete without one very special person who joined me on Day 1 and came along for the ride till the Finish/Start line. My dear Sharon, I hope our journey together brings us peace, love and true happiness for a long, long time. :) :)
Thank You everyone...WE DID IT!
... The first sports bar we went to had a dollar bill hanging up and had a 'b' to the left of 'one' and an 'r' to the right of 'one'. Pretty funny. Look out for the picture! We ended up going to a club, but only for around half hour because everything in Boston closes around 2. Probably a good thing as I had the really good idea of entering a dancing circle and doing some floor work. Similar to the Rihanna dancing Rosie and I do when we are drunk. I think I received a 'wooo' ...
... Boston including: the Boston Common, the State House, King's Chapel and Burial Grounds (John Wintrop; 1st governor of Boston), Granary Burial Grounds (Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Ben Franklin's family, victims of the Boston Massacre), Site of Boston Massacre, Paul Revere’s House, and the Old North Church.
With our heads full of American History we decided it was time to have a ...
... 5.676/gal. (CANADA)
Least: $2.979/gal. (NM)
Campsite price per day:
Most: $62.45 (St. Mary's, MT – near Glacier National park and Going to the Sun road)
Least: $30.00 (Not horrible, but you get what you pay for)
Avg: $40.12 ...
... and bush'! There is constant movement in the stadium, people up and down from their seats, vendors coming up and down the aisles selling overpriced coke, water, peanuts, lemonade and candy floss!
unfortunately, the Red Sox were rubbish and were thrashed by the Yankees but we still had a great time. We were very glad of being able to just walk 200 metres and were in our hotel. Within minutes our two tired little Red Sox fans were sound asleep.