Residence Inn Boston Framingham
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... Not only did Brian know his stuff but he was fun to watch. So we wandered through the most expensive area in Boston reliving infamous crimes. The Boston Strangler killed two of his thirteen victims in Beacon Hill.
We passed the homes of the rich and famous, John Kerry's mansion is here, ending up at the Charles Street Jail, now beautifully converted by its current owners, Massachusetts General ...
Our flight was scheduled to leave at 5:10pm from Boston's Logan Airport. We decided once again to leave our car at Logan Express in Framingham, and take the bus to the airport. Last year the parking lot was quite full when we arrived, but we managed to find a space. This year it was busting at the seams! We pulled into the lot and drove around and around. Nothing. Once you pull in, you can't ...
... and rocks real Spaghetti Western countryside. The mountains rising from the desert with snow caps in June, falling to the plains with vast gouges cut into them from the rivers and streams cutting deep into the soft bedrock. The plains just run and run and run for hours, hours of green circles showing the path of the watering systems. The next look showed us over a huge lake with the most amazing sand bar curling out from the lakes edge into ...