Residence Inn Boston Marlborough
Travel Blogs from Marlborough
... German from behind we suddenly hear a thunder coming out from Nico's diaper. A quick look at his diapers revealed the truth: an EXTREMELY overloaded diaper whose content made his way out into his onesie,
t-shirt and even the baby carrier!!! No one said it would be easy but our Round The World Trip was not supposed to begin like this :S
During Nico' first flight ever he behaved like a real champion. Instead of crying ...
... onto the bus, for a tour around the harbor, this area of Boston was only reclaimed 10 years ago... After the put the high way that was on top of it under the city... I must admit traveling through tunnels on a 10 lane freeway is kinda neat... They so need to do this for Melbourne, and without the highway noise, the city is so much quieter... Also less polluted... Then on to see ...
... Boston and New York.
After this fun tour, Wren and I had lunch at a local burger stand, and then went back and cooked dinner for everyone (pasta with Alfredo sauce, salad, and garlic bread).
All in all, our trip to Boston had some great moments, but also was a difficult time, with Kat being so sick. Luckily, she did get better, but it took some time.
Stay tuned for our next blog entry, from Mystic, Connecticut, made famous in the movie Mystic ...
... to be, it’s all a flurry of hugging and excitement and meeting people (and VERY last minute bridesmaid shoe shopping… with an HOUR to find something… KATE) before the bachelorette festivities begin. There are 12 of us all up - and we begin our night of charming the pants off people with Bandit somehow sweet talking the shuttle driver to taking us all the way downtown (20 minutes away) rather than just to the tube stop (2 minutes away). Cheeky.
... The museum was established in 1903 by Isabella Stewart Gardner, an American art collector, philanthropist, and patron of the arts. It is housed in a building designed to emulate a 15th-century Venetian palace.
The collection comprises more than 2,500 objects—paintings, sculpture, furniture, textiles, architectural elements, drawings, silver, ceramics, illuminated manuscripts, rare books, photographs and letters—from ancient Rome, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking