Residence Inn Boston Norwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... marketplace. Meg takes us on the T (Boston's Undergroud). Very impressive for $2.50 you can ride anywhere. In 5-10 minutes we arrive. The first first thing we spot is Boston Chowda so of course Erin and Meg share a cup of chowder, unfortunately The Goutman has to pass. It's very good, thick and full of clams. We cruise the market and discover a little stand for the Wicked Cupcakes from Shark Tank! We snap a picture ...
... 3 hours there; met up with geo-caching partner from the past, Karen, and we caught up on each other. She has a booth there and sells her photographs—very big ones for $250. They really are good. I was supposed to do Christmas shopping but bought most things for me. Did get gifts for 2 people, but have Phil’s daughters left to do and may just get them gift cards. Hard to buy for them. Forgot my grocery list so went on home. Lots to do there. ...
RENAME The Ship. !!!!!! PENSIONERS ON THE SEAS Had a last look around Boston in the morning as our transfer was at two Got to Boston harbour at about three and Mother said *******. What have you done ! We were in a Que behind motorised wheelchairs people with sticks, zimmers and some of the fattest ***** I've ever seen I said "at least we ...
... ride. Their high-pitched nasal drawl left me in no doubt as to their country of origin.
Aussie 1: "So who was Joseph Warren?"
Aussie 2: "A Patriot."
A1: "But how did he find out about The British troop movements?"
A2: "Dunno. Spy I guess."
A1: "Right. And he told Paul Reverie to stick a couple-o-lamps up there to warn everyone?" - He looked up at the steeple.
A2: "Ermm, well, pretty much."
A1: "One if by land, two if by sea."
... a lot, at a noxious level that made the aroma around him nearly visible. This turned out to be quite disruptive to the whole eating and sleeping in comfort thing. I set a new record and took three – yes, THREE – Temazepam before slithering into the coma I so badly wanted.
Disembarking from Premium Economy has to be worth the upgrade points though. I was one of the first off the plane ...