Residence Inn Boston Andover
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... brewery tour and went to watch the Christmas tree lighting on Boston Common. During which we watched a bunch of adult cheerleaders dressed up in 'sexy' Santa outfits doing cheerleading moves to Christmas music... It was more than a little bizarre! We also witnessed a really big protest, to do with the verdicts of the recent police trials, during this time. It was really quite impressive to see such a huge number of people banding together for something they believe ...
Tuesday we left our hotel in Portsmouth and parked Downtown to have a wander around the waterfront, then headed down the coast road through some beautiful areas at Rye Beach, then some ghastly over-developed and over built areas of thousands of empty seaside apartments at Hampton Beach. Travelled through Beverley (lots of comments there ...
... plundered by the rest of Europe for
centuries. Many of the treasures of ancient Greek culture are
centerpieces in the museums of other European capital cities far outside
For example, the skeleton of the Parthenon remains atop the Acropolis in Athens, but the British took the skin (which they call the Elgin Marbles) back to England. ...
... stores ever. One was a cheap tv/movie merchandise store with shirts, comics, accessories and merchandise of shows like; Doctor Who, Breaking Bad, Game Of Thrones, Adventure Time and Big Bang Theory. They even had a Hogwarts snuggie for $20! I spent a good hour looking around and willing to buy everything I laid my eyes on. The other was a sarcastic joke type store, with stationary such as; Nag Notes, Guilt Trip checklists, Shakespearian insult ...
... MIT). There was no handy public transport so we walked about an hour to get there! We found the MIT bookstore and Ash got a book there. I was about 2.30pm and we were starving so we ate lunch at the student cafeteria, amongst all the students, either chatting or focused on their laptops at the tables. It was a good insight to see an American college for one of us, with Lauren having studied in America previously. We walked through the main building and got a photo of the ...