Residence Inn Boston Westford
Travel Blogs from Westford
... too much about what my parents did for a living! He'd asked "what do y'all folks do" in his American accent - meaning "what do you two do". Anyway, I also nearly wet myself when I came to realise how badly I had understood his meaning! He didn't seem to bothered about it though.
It was coming up to Halloween when we arrived and boy oh boy do they go crazy with it here! The decorations are as big as Christmas almost and there are ...
... the Autumn Colors Tour. We've got people from Australia, England, Philippines, New Zealand, Minnesota, Texas, Florida, Idaho, Oregon and the most from California! Seems like a nice group that we'll have fun with for 8 days.
We ate dinner at the famous Cheers Restaurant. It was so much fun to be there, even though it's a mile's walk from the hotel.
Up early tomorrow, with bags out of our room door by 7 am and on the bus by 8 am.
... able to watch The Olympics in T3, even without my glasses, which were sitting on the CD storage back home! We arrived in a downpour and I was pleased that I had booked a shuttle to the hotel. We were downtown in about 15 minutes. The Omni Parker House Hotel is old wordly and has character. The room is perfectly fine. The bathroom a reviews have stated is small, but we don't intend to spend much time in it. Anyway, the hotel;s select quest program more than makes up for it with ...
Storms last night, and today cloudy but warm
Today we plan to explore the centre and Newbury street area of the city - Copley Square and Back Bay areas.
Took the subway to Copley square and took many photos before walking to the public gardens and strolling around the park.
Newbury street is THE shopping street of Back Bay with many chic ...
... need a travel visa.
UA: Where are you going again?
Mike: New Zealand
UA: Hmmm...no you're wrong. I'm reading it right here. You need a travel visa to enter New Zealand.
Mike and UA stare a one another for 15 seconds during which Mike wondered if he'd be staying in SF for two weeks.
UA: Oh Carol...Carol ...