Residence Inn Boston Foxborough
Travel Blogs from Foxboro
... flight I caught. A lot more to see and a lot more comfortable!
We whiz by Larchmont, where dad went to high school and where I hope to visit later in my trip, as well as Port Chester where I’m off to see HUGH LAURIE next week. I also manage to scare off 2 seat buddies (do I smell?) before a lady sits next to me who quickly becomes my new BFF. You know how I do.
Arriving in Beantown late afternoon, it’s a quick ride on the ...
... the theme tunes to Indiana Jones and Fiddle
on the Roof in front of 250 people. On the walk back to his table, he could
hear old men muttering loudly “why didn’t they choose someone who can actually
We also went to Miami (yes AGAIN) for SPRING BREAK!!! We
partied with the high school students on the beaches of America’s party city
until 9pm when we went to bed to watch a movie on Netflix. We went to ...
... so. Although maybe regrettably as getting it home, and in one piece could be tricky. My last day in boston, damn its gone quick, was a beauty. Boston was actually where it all kicked off in the 18th century, back then the english wernt too popular. Most sites of historical interest can be visited on a guided freedom tour. Our tour guide was a history teacher from california, sounds qualified but was also a bit nuts and very shouty. Learnt a lot about the events leading upto ...
... cause we walked!
Back at the hotel we chilled and watched the replay of the C's match the night before...a win too. After this game we watched the final of NCAA game between Butler and Uconn. Uconn won this one easily in the end, but a shocker of a first half. Butler were leading at the half 22-19 and they only hit 6 field goals for the entire half.
Uconn ended up winning about 53-41 or something like that.......we dozed off a bit through the game and then sacked it.
... tedious and never-ending….. Why didn't we buy enough shovels so the kids could shovel too! I wouldn't be surprised if we shoveled over 10 cubic metres today.
Also as I shoveled I started thinking that it reminded me of aerated concrete like Hebel back home. Just the way the shovel can slice down and leave such a straight embankment cut. I'm certain that whoever invented aerated concrete came from a country where it snowed. Snow would have been the inspiration to come up ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking