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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... more than needed and then his new girlfriend brings 2 more un needed pies that no one even touched! My two desserts were very popular and that made me feel good. Mary Beth and I were talking by the window and my wine glass was on the window ledge—can you know where this is going?? She got excited and hit it with her elbow spilling the entire glass and onto the bottom of his white curtain. Red wine, of course! These curtains are at least 12, ...
Today we did the hop on hop off tour around Boston. Such a historic place. Hearing about Paul Revere and Benjamin Franklin etc, is like being back in school where all those old names come to life. Went to visit the USS Constitution the oldest ship of the US Navy which dates back to 1878 and is now used as a museum. After this stop we went on a Duck Tour of the city - which starts as ...
... properties in the north end. He said he is yet to find a property that wasn't owned by an Italian! One thing that most amused me about Boston is the way they speak. It's like they are angry at you, even though they are just talking normally. After my tour I had to head back to the station to get my coach. I was kind of disappointed that I saw so little if Boston, but glad that at least is was able to visit some of it and learn a bit about this ...
... walk around the pretty gardens. It is really picturesque here and there are lots of people taking photos around the trees and near the pond. We also take a last walk down Bolyston St and Hinesh captures some shots of the churches here. A quick Starbucks stop then we head back to North Station for the ride home.
We enjoy another home cooked meal. Geline and Vic make us some yummy chicken bbq and rice and some eggplant salad. Hinesh and I brought some cakes for desert that we ...
... for the War of Independence. The attraction of the museum was that you were able to throw tea overboard, in rebellious fashion, just as the people of Boston did 200 years ago. All the while, people dressed up in full role play take you through the history of the event, while you are given a card, and invited to play the role of the person on the card. Sounds really lame doesn't it?
I'm not even sure why we enjoyed it so much, but it ...