Residence Inn Boston Foxborough
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to be so on it, you have no idea! My time in Boston has been extremely surprising. The city did not look how I thought it would and it certainly had a different feel. I can understand why it is such a desirable place to live; it has sea, nightlife, so much history and culture, close to Europe, beautiful old houses, a lot of green space and you can walk everywhere. If people advise you that you only need a few days here, I would not follow this advice. You could stay here for a ...
... walk the streets unharnessed. It's also in the most progressive state in USA. The suburb where my hostel was located, South End, has wide streets lined with oak trees in front of brownstone terraces, it's really very beautiful. A word of advice though, the subway is best to get around. If you do walk have a map as there is no logic to the plan of Boston City, it's a maze of crooked streets which you can easily get lost in...makes for some ...
... will still be there tomorrow and it was the end of another great cross country trip.
For those of you who like statistics, here are a few from our trip:
Total days: 43
Number of States visited: 22 plus 2 Provinces in Canada
... week at a cultural proficiency seminar with Primary Source. I soon learned that the organization would be running a study tour to Peru. Machu Picchu! Why hadn't I ever considered this remarkable destination?
I started with some simple research regarding the itinerary. Lima, Cusco, Machu Pichu, the Pisac Market- all of the history I had somewhat neglected to present to my students over the past few years was suddenly at my finger tips.
... arrived back in JFK just as the Virgin lounge opens for lunch. I'm staying at a resort on the beach, flying into Tampa. It's all new experiences! That sorted I then got the subway out to the arboretum where it was the lilac (remember Americans say lie-lack) festival. It was quite impressive the amount of trees in bloom but I imagine if you had come last Saturday the blooms would have been better and ...