Rodeway Inn Logan International Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We walked through Quincy Market which is full of eating stalls and went into a shop selling Christmas decorations. They were all so gaudy - I was looking for nice flat pewter ones. Back on the train to the Common again to go to the Cheers bar. We had a drink at the bar before catching the train again to go back out of town. This involved a couple of changes in the subway but we managed okay.
We had bought a day ticket for $12 which allowed us ...
... to an area that was clearly quite well off but we were driving on suburban streets with houses both sides. Eventually found a lake and pulled into a small parking area at the entrance to some trails. Had lunch at the back of the car looking at forest trees with glimpses of water through the trees. Took a short walk in to see the lake before heading off. Shared a whoopie pie after lunch - 2 flat round chocolate cakes sandwiching a layer of mock cream.
... character as various tradesmen and women. As we visited their homes, businesses, and farms, we learned how the community felt about taking care of the less fortunate in their town. At this time, residents were debating whether they wanted to continue taking care of the paupers in their own homes, the vendue system, or if they should build a poor farm, which functioned similarly to what we now call shelters. Students then ...
... with room partners which should fit them best. It's surprisingly successful! She points out the library; built using funds donated by the mother of a man who travelled the world collecting an immense number of rare and important books before going down with the Titanic (he made it out to the life boats only to return to his cabin in search of his books). The mother had certain conditions however - no changed could be made to the facade of the library (she's just torn down another ...
... the trolley near our favored North End, and then visited Old North Church, where Paul Revere's famed "One if by land, Two if by sea" signal lanterns were displayed in 1775. After attending mass at another local church (which was lovely, but could have benefited from central air in the humid summer temps :), we enjoyed the festival of the week, St. Agrippina di Mineo Feast.
Returning to our hotel, we had a snack and cocktail on the Bacco ...