SpringHill Suites Boston Andover
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... dog with chili and onions). From there we decided to buy passes for Trolley Tours of the city. We really enjoyed the tour and the guide (Pat from Toronto by way of Ireland ironically). We saw many cool parts of Boston and Cambridge and learned all sorts of things including that Paul Revere was a day late in his midnight ride. We got off the trolley at the Sheraton and made our way to the Maparium, an unusual and very cool experience inside a glass dome of the earth. The ...
... looked great, but I was a bit overwhelmed by all the choices, so we ended up walking over to Kinsale Pub for some excellent Irish grub. I went with the beef and Guinness stew, which had approximately 3 whole potatoes in it (both mashed and roasted). Best three potatoes I've ever had, though :P
After lunch we stopped at King's Chapel, as my historical ADD-ness compelled me to check out the small ...
I arrived at the airport 3 hours ahead of departure just to be on the safe side after everything that had happened trying to get to this point. Lucky I did as there were traffic diversions in place to the airport, there was a traffic jam at the airport. I went to check in and I didn't have my ESTA visa number as I didn’t need it last time and I also forgot to get it. But this proved to be a problem, the computer at Spirit Airlines is not ...
... chicken on toasted sour dough We had a rest at the hotel before heading back down to Long Wharf for the clambake on Spectacle Island. Neither of us were that hungry . B had the chowder and fruit and I had the lobster, corn on the cob and some mussels washed down with a couple of summer beers Afterwards we watched the sunset, which was amazing, before taking the ferry back to Boston Day 7 Today we left Boston for Washington DC and the second part of our holiday Boston had been ...
... plane is headed. I'm not scared of flying or generally not scared of anything, but planes always bring up a lot of emotion. I secretly hope they play a really sad movie so I seem somewhat normal crying but the flight is only about an hour. Plane movies are dumb, anyways.
In hindsight, listening to my "Loveshake Heartbreak" playlist was a poor choice to avoid tears. On the other hand, I wrote an extra-heartfelt entry in my journal.
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