Residence Inn Boston Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
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Gestern vor 522 Jahren ist Christoph Kolumbus in der Neuen Welt gelandet. Seit 1934 wird diesem Ereignis in den USA mit einem nationalen Feiertag gedacht, dem Columbus Day. Seit 1968 liegt dieser immer auf dem zweiten Montag im Oktober. Hat den Nachteil, dass der Columbus Day nicht immer auf den 12. Oktober fällt, hat den großen Vorteil eines …
... amazing. I also wanted to walk along Commonwealth avenue - a great bit of green, lined by trees, with various memorials and statues along the way. So at that point I ignored the city mapper and made my own way. So beautiful walking down there. There was a couple with two golden retrievers, friends walking along with "Dunkin' Donuts" coffees, and people sitting on the benches along taking in the statues and the trees around.
Now the Public Library ...
Travelling through the night we berthed in Boston Saturday morning ,disembarked and booked into the hotel for a 2 night stay. Some others are also staying in the hotel so after we transferred our luggage Merv,Vauna,Bell and I set off for the rest of the day of hop on and off the specialist busses discovering the highlights of Boston. Hop offs today included a visit to the Charlestown Navy Yard and inspection of USS Constitution -Ironside still a serving war ship ...
... best lobster in town. There are lots of souvenir shops too selling seashells and other sea type gifts. I drag my friends to another candy store where Geline and Vic try chocolate covered bacon…. why why why? I want ice cream for desert so we walk around town looking for the best ice cream in town. We end up at Rococo. There is a line out the door for the ice cream and we are told by an old man that the ice cream is "terrible" as he happily licks his waffle cone. We get to the ...
... I had to make do with photos of the exterior. It was Paul Revere that lit the lanterns in the steeple of the Old North Church and rode around Boston and parts of Massachusetts to warn the residence of the British Troops marching to Lexington and Concord. The next stop on the trail was therefore the Old North Church where Paul Revere lit two lanterns in the steeple. The trail then crossed over Boston Bay for the final few sights. I came into Charlestown, the same Charlestown I ...