Residence Inn Boston Brockton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the beaten track (admittedly a pro and con!!!) 4.) the lazy bones in me would rather follow a map and walk than get to know how to use a foreign transport system! That is something that has really struck me here; reliance in cars! There is not nearly the same infrastructure/consideration made for pedestrians as in London; as soon as you are out of the centre and touristy part of town the roads can only really accommodate cars and buses. But when there's a will, there's a way! ...
... degrees colder than the night before so I didn't mind. I took the train to South Boston and then walked a mile in the frigid weather to the JFK Library and Museum. The JFK library had some great exhibits and had the first manned rocket launched by the U.S. (the Freedom 7) on exhibit, the flight proved that a man could successfully take control and pilot a rocket in flight and it also proved that America could compete with the Soviets ...
... orange line to fine Neptune Oyster at Salem St in Little Italy or North End. This was a Sarah recommendation and guess what, There was a 45 minute wait but as usual well worth it. Delicious local oysters and a shared lobster roll. We chose the cold lobster with mayonnaise rather than hot with butter. Yum yum. Sunday home to get organised for train trip tomorrow to New ...
... oldest, created in 1837. Just across the road from them is Boston Common, making them look young, as they was established in 1634. They had a big stage set up there, and events and concerts happening all during the week. Some famous bands and a number of artists originated from Boston, including, of course, Boston, The Lemonheads, Aerosmith, The Cars and New Kids On The Block. The tour gives you a really good idea of the layout of central Boston, and also drops you off at ...
... left the meeting in droves some changed into Mohawk costumes to disguise their British subject status. That evening up to 130 men boarded the now three vessels carrying tea and dumped all 342 chests of tea into the harbour. Naturally this did not go down well back in blighty and the port of Boston was closed and the city placed in Coercive Acts to control it, a form of martial law I guess.
Did the Tea Party lead to the war of independence, no probably not on ...