Residence Inn Boston Westford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... and told us to head down the hall and go into the last door on our left. This would have been fine and totally not scary, had he not already checked some other people's passports and let them straight back onto the bus.
We got to the room down the hall and it seemed to be the main border crossing facility. Our passports got put in a pile and we waited, as one by one all the other people from our group were told to come down to the same room as us. ...
... have not liked my passport photo! The flight was pretty standard ( as was the extra security check), cloudy, cloudy, cloudy and then we were descending into Boston. We then taught the rest of the world the British art of queuing as we waited for an hour to get through security. Another queue for the taxi and then we were flying in a cab through downtown Boston. Scary! Finally we made it to our hotel just in time for me to write this and pass ...
... not been recommended. How I would've missed out! I walked to the tower and took the lift to the 50th floor before taking in some amazing views and unsuccessfully trying to capture them on pictures! There was also historical information on Boston and some information of the history of immigration. Fact of the day: One out of six Americans have an ancestor that entered America by massachusetts bay. I walked back to the hostel, pleased with myself for recognising a ...
... weren't having mind expanding conversations, it was just college. Finally we passed a quintessentially professor looking fellow, tweed jacket, leather patches, Burberry scarf, very scholarly. He ripped a **** right as he walked past us, pretty much perfectly providing a metaphor for out Harvard ...
... a Yankee Floridan wearing a sailor’s cap and pointing due east, but they’re harmless if left alone, so we didn’t correct him, even though the day was clear and Boston was, invisible, to the north-west.
Concluding this post, Mrs Henry and I have to own up to what would probably be described as a felony under US law. When we arrived at the Provincetown campground at 4.20 pm, the office had already closed. A scribbled notice stuck to the door directed ...