Sonesta ES Suites Andover
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
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... and I was about to float Mary Poppins like across the roof of our hotel. Not wanting to return a damaged umbrella, after much serious juggling and wrestling with umbrellas and breakfast I arrived safely home. Wendy rushed to the door with open arms and heartfelt gratitude for my near death experience- well after I roused her from slumber that is!!! So eventually we set off to explore a bit more of Boston wrapped up in our impervious clothing. Previously, ...
... to the top level of the stadium we made it with about 10 mins to spare before kickoff. Again like the hockey the prematch build up was awesome with cannons firing and fireworks etc. Kylie's god Tom Brady was on fire early setting up the patriots for two early touchdowns before the game became a bit of a dogfight with the jets coming back hard. The patriots held on for a tight win though much to their many loyal fans satisfaction and ...
... get in that line. So off I went. Sure it night have been closer to the gate but the line was MUCH longer. I almost gave up and went back back across the street to the other shorter line but decided to cut my losses and just wait. In airport time. It seemed like a half hour but ended up being probably 10 minutes. I finally got to where my gate should have been buy instead I found a princess castle complete with Character. I walked around the terminal and recounted ...
... we had kindles etc. Played cards and ate homogenous food and observed life- verbal abuse, a definite Tourette's sufferer and a host of small children with consumption.
The night was really uncomfortable in the seats- why why why? Well because they both understood that it could be rubbish but still a lot of fun and we wangled double seats for Ruth and James and shared ours. We woke up and had homogenous (breakfast kind) as the children slept on. ...
... for her friend, Nancy, to drive us to Salem! How exciting! After a 30 minute drive on the highway, we entered extremely typical American neighbourhoods. Wooden houses of different colours and shapes surrounded by porches and American flags, basketball nets and pretty flowers with beautiful trees lining the streets. The houses in Salem dated back to the 17th century and you could certainly tell this by the turrets and the many gables that protruded out of the tiled roofs. Each ...