Residence Inn Boston Andover
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I'd enjoyed the meatballs!!!! And Dale gave me some of the pasta to share as there was so much. Mitch had marinated steak tips which he said was great and all the boys had grilled ham and cheese sandwiches and fries. We then ordered a couple of deserts. All in all it was a great meal. Riley and Jordan went back up to the room to shower and watch TV while we settled back into our lounge seating in the bar and Mitch filled the tank with Canadian Club :-) :-) good relaxing evening. ...
... and the graves of John Hancock, Paul Revere, James Otis, Samuel Adams, Robert Treat Paine, victims of the Boston Massacre, and many who were not so famous. Park Street Church has a tradition of being in the forefront of many liberal ideals. The hymn "America" was first sung there and it was the site of William Lloyd Garrison first antislavery speech. A look to the right brought the New State House into view and ...
... good luck but is the nightly target of "******* competitions" and is cleaned up daily. This was explained as we all watched a guy and his wife poising for a selfie with hand on the shiny boot. Over to Quincy Markets for coffee and a nice little Greek thingy and of course, shopping, home on the Green Line, E trainey trammy thing which with quite a bit of complaining, goes round really sharp corners, a quick walk through the weather and 'home'. Ah, what a day we ...
... from the station to the door of the museum. Well I saw on google maps that it would take me an hour and a half to walk and so I figured I can do it in less than that! (Stubborn fool!). No sooner had I left the hostel in about 30 minutes it was pelting down with rain and freeeeezing! I have taken to walking everywhere for a number of reasons. 1.) I really like walking! 2.) because everything is very accessible in Boston 3.) you get to see a bit more if where you're staying and ...
... past Fenway Park and the famous Green Monster (I didn't think that $16 for a tour of the ballpark was worth it so I didn't actually walk in). Dinner was some delicious Vietnamese Food and after that ended I got a pleasant surprise when the train conductor didn't want to waste time with me paying my fare with cash so I got to ride the train for free.
Day two was slightly more boring and involved a late start to the day, it was ...