Rodeway Inn Logan International Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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.
... Newbury Street to get some more shopping done. Some of us are meeting later on (It's now 6:00 p.m) to have a more or less farewell evening as some are flying back home tomorrow evening.
Two more nights here and one more on a plane and I'll be home again. It's hard to believe that I've been gone for two weeks, but it looks or better sounds as if ...
... historic landmarks from Boston's role in the pursuit of independence. Starting in Boston Common, the trail is marked by a line of red bricks laid into the sidewalk and takes you past pivotal landmarks such as the State House, Kings Chapel, Old State Meeting house (where the debate over Independence took place), the Old State House (where the Declaration was first read to the people of Boston), Faneuil Hall (housing a military museum), Paul Reveres ...
... restaurant strip-Hanover Street. Lots of restaurants, cafes along narrow cobble stoned streets and old stone buildings. As we wandered around we noticed a couple of places with long queues. A couple of hours later, those queues were still there. We googled the names of the shops to see what the fuss was about....yep....according to the various food review websites and Zagats, these were all well known and obviously well patronised places. I must admit, ...