Residence Inn Boston Brockton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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Well, it is the end of this trip. Today is our travel day. Our flight is at 3:30pm so no rushing. We had a leisurely breakfast. Then we made plans to walk to a Guy-recommended restaurant but found out we had to take the shuttle to the airport at noon so no time. So off to the airport and all the fun that involves. All went smoothly and we were home safe and sound by ...
... from our Hotel. Entering the shop full of confidence from my NYC breakfast debacle I approach the Bagel rack with confidence. Fumbling the tongs bagels fly and I have to be to assisted. Then at checkout I realise I have forgotten the iced coffee for Candace. Proudly, I return to the check out with a beaker of tepid coffee and no ice........ Candace had pulled out all the stops and arranged a boat trip to PROVINCE TOWN better known as "P-TOWN" at the tip of Cape ...
... Michela is an absolute sweetheart and she showed us all around. We were going to meet to watch the Bruins game (Michela hooked us up!!!) and before then I explored around Faneuil Hall (I also had great New England clam chowder). As I went downstairs I bumped into a group of folks from Ohio (genuine good natured folks) and they said I could join their tour by a very skilled tour guide by the name of Travis. We walked around Boston, saw Paul Revere's ...
... to smaller cities and towns. In trying to figure out where to stay in Morogoro, you can see actual photos of Morogoro. Again, you run the risk of developing an overly inflated sense of confidence and familiarity, but that's part of the experience.
The Excitement of Blogs: Blogs are personal accounts of travel experiences, usually filled with rambling, self-absorbed jerks who want to tell the whole world about ...
... enough to make a meal (pasta) and I indulge in a cup of tea. We meet our host's daughter Charlotte, who lives on the top floor. She's so lovely we all settle in for a cuppa, a chin wag and something resembling a normal social interlude.
I think we'd all have slept like the dead if not for the thunder & lightening show - kept Aidan awake until midnight and me until 1. Oh well. Wasn't an entirely boring travel day. ...