Residence Inn Boston Andover
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... story about the name but to long to recount. From there you could see panoramic views down to the Atlantic Ocean. We also drove through lovely meadow, then on to Sandy beach, a painting of this area is what inspired wealthy people to establish their homes in Bar Harbor. Our last stop was along the rugged Atlantic shore lined with beautiful pink granite. In 1947 a wild fire burned through the town destroying many wealthy homes. Although many of the homes ...
... was difficult to get words out (or was it the lighter fluid I was drinking?) we had formed a crew. Karen was wearing flip flops so we swapped shoes, which made it difficult for us both to walk as she looked like Ronald McDonald and I some fairy wearing gold leaf flip flops with black socks.
We stayed for one more and then the 5 of us left in search of a new bar. A couple of drinks and shots later the Indiana boys were done so Karen and I concocted the idea to ...
... our tour group had to pay a $6 fee to get back into the United States, while the rest of us didn't. Go figure that one out!
2 hours later and we were finally back on the road. We headed through the state of Vermont (which is extremely pretty) as well as New Hampshire, and finally, after an extremely long time and an extremely numb bum, made it to Boston. Of course the fun didn't stop there, as we then had to catch the subway AND another bus to reach our ...
... a lot, at a noxious level that made the aroma around him nearly visible. This turned out to be quite disruptive to the whole eating and sleeping in comfort thing. I set a new record and took three – yes, THREE – Temazepam before slithering into the coma I so badly wanted.
Disembarking from Premium Economy has to be worth the upgrade points though. I was one of the first off the plane ...
... before checking out the MIT museum. The museum was interesting and had lots of technical things like award winning robotics and engineering exhibits. Even Lauren was interested! Our weary feet then took us to Harvard, another 30 minute walk up the Massachusetts Avenue . We walked through Harvard Yard and had the photo in front of the Harvard statue. It felt like a very prestigious place to study, and a beautiful campus with red brick buildings covered with ivy creepers around ...