Suburban Extended Stay Winthrop
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... almost six. The tour had taken much longer than it was supposed to due to both traffic and the North End had being closed as a result of a chemical spill.
The minute I stood up, I realized that I had done something horrible to my knee. I knew I had hit it on the handle of the handicapped seat in front of me when I slid into my seat on the trolley, but I didn't think it was that bad. Upon standing up, I realized that my knee was ...
... to cross each way without looking down, screaming or crying. The Bunker hill monument was impressive, and apparently open to climb sometimes for spectacular views. Just not when we were there.The trail finished with USS Constitution, which is a rather impressive boat, but again due to poor timing on our part, was closing a we neared.
So, back the way we came stopping at a local bar before a bite to eat, and a well earned nights sleep.
... in the city flashes a different colour to notify people what the weather will be tomorrow. It flashes red if it is going to snow but during baseball season flashing red means the Boston Red Sox game has been cancelled! The city is very proud of the Red Sox and as they had just won the 2013 series, local statues wore a Red Sox jersey & red beards. I spent a few days at Shriners children's burns centre - my time cut short due to the thanksgiving holiday. ...
We chose the "Old Time Boston Hop on Hop Off Tram" as our Boston transport for the next 2days. There are several companies offering this service - BUT this one let's San Diego residents travel free with full paying guests (a sister city program) - since Terry and Rick qualified it was our obvious choice. At $38 it is good value as it gets you to all of the Freedom Trail and includes free entry into the Boston Tea Party (tomorrow's adventure), today we went to The USS Constitution( a ...
... as I could.
We have arrived in Bahston. We are staying at the Renaissance Marriott Waterfront with views of downtown Bahston and Hahbah views. It's beautiful. Our hotel is really nice. We walked into Faneuil Hall district. That building has been their for 250 years and is now filled with stores and fast food. Crazy. History is rolling in their graves. What a great area full of people and restaurants and music. We stopped for apps and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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