SpringHill Suites Boston Andover
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... do with just looking around. From the looks of it, Harvard looks like a pretty old building (in a good way), I asked a student at one of the souvenir shops if I could go into the library, he said unfortunately not. It was worth a try! It's funny I assumed that Harvard wouldn't be a place where tourists would go to, but I found more tourists there than actual students! It was a Saturday so I guess most of them were sleeping (which is what ...
... were finished but one guy was nice enough to still take us on a tour. We learned of malt, hops, water and yeast. We were even given some malt to try out pre the beer making process. A lot of the technical stuff went over my head. After the tour we decided to head up to the pub to try out the finished goods. It was nice to chill in the sun with some drinks after our little tour.
We head home after our drinks. The puppies needed to be taken for their walk. Geline and Vic make ...
... Cape Cod where we are staying for the next two nights. The traffic heading back to Boston (a 90 minute to 2 hour drive, but probably longer today) was already backing up with holiday makers heading back to the city after the 4th July long weekend. The Hyannis/Hyannisport region's claim to fame is that it is the summer home of the Kennedy family. Joe Kennedy, JFK's father bought a summer home here in 1929 in what was then a small seaside summer town. Several family ...
... their parents were having more civilized reunions of their own while the kiddies ran and played, as if this were completely normal. I picked up my things and headed for a different gate with my same flight, to see if I could be spared of this caravan, but it was full. I just had to deal with it. Eventually, the mothers caught up to the kids and convinced them to stay relatively put.
At 10:45, we finally boarded. As ...
... are for free. We happened to be in Boston during the government shutdown, so we couldn't visit anything government-owned as some of the monuments or the very first navy ship.
Boston is a very walkable city. It also has its promenade called Newbury Street where all the fancy shops are located. Very nice is also the Beacon Hill . It's quite steep and badly lit but the houses there are small and sweet - I really wish I could live in one ...