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... and Dad are with us for another few days. Today we all boarded the Bolt Bus for a 4hour trip to Boston. Thankfully the bus had wifi!
The bus took a little longer than expected so we didn't arrive in Boston until after 5.30. We got to our accommodation which is in Charlestown - a short walk from Downtown Boston.
The plan was to find somewhere local for dinner but after failed attempts to find somewhere (the map got left behind) we ended ...
... crowd to GET LOUD!! And that's what they do! It's Awesome! The end of the third quarter was approaching and the patriots easily had this one in the bag. However our ponchos were starting to get a little too polite with the rain welcoming a few drops every now and then into the dryness. At one point it even invited in a cold, wet guest and sent them down to the back room to my unpleasant surprise... (yeah i'm not the best at metaphors). So with the wind and rain starting ...
... town of Provincetown. This town is actually where the Colonist first landed in 1620, they just didn’t hang around there long, they found Plymouth to be more favorable to settle in. Provincetown was a happening place while we were there..It was the setting for “Women’s week” which started 28 years ago to bring business in during the Fall. There were many, many, many women there and Honey was very disappointed because these many, many women ...
... it in my head that we had to start it at the 'official' start in Boston Common. Later I realized there was no real chronological order to it so it would not have mattered much if experienced in reverse.
Honestly my mother would be horrified from my lack of historical knowledge - even after walking this trail.
We made it to Boston Common and the start of the Red line in about a half hour...Boston is really a walkable place. ...
... to the Back Bay area where I found that great chocolate shop, Max Brenner's, and bought some goodies for the coworkers who worked hard while I was away. For dinner, Dave located a Legal Seafood, a Boston institution, nearby. Walking in, wet from the knees down from the worsening rain, we got our seats and enjoyed a really fantastic seafood dinner. We began with chowder or course, and then Dave had the almond-encrusted salmon with mushroom ravioli and I had the fish ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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