La Quinta Inn & Suites Andover
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... or intercom/ digital persons. Audience participation was essential! Be it boos and cheers or lines being gone to some and each a name card or our person as we went about recreating the throwing overboard of tea' the definition of learning by doing! The tour then featured films spoken in the first person by various individuals. The tour ended with the audience being asked to sing the old American national anthem. No one did but I noticed all the men took off their base ball ...
... pants with me to Boston and therefore had to improvise with thermo-leggings and sweatpants. The slope was nothing compared to what I have seen in and around Kleinwalsertal, but I was still pretty impressed by the possibilities! 4 main ski lifts took you all the way to the top and a number of smaller ones allowed you to cross from one slope to another. They definitely tried to get the most out of it by making two fun parks (see jump-photo's) and several ...
... restaurants. We eventually found our hotel and after being greeted by the door man we entered the lobby... Wow! We thought we'd just mistakenly walked into a royal palace. This place was flash! We checked-in and settled in to our rooms then headed out for a bite to eat. We found a cool little place called the Coda Bar which served up a decent feed for the price and Luke and I added a couple more beers to the ...
... it best to go for dinner. Looking at the map, we are in the financial sector and the restaurants aren't near us. So we walked and decided to go to the Back Bay Area. On our way, a gentleman asked if we needed help, as Rod was looking at his map. We struck up a conversation and he said to eat at Legal's which was just a couple of blocks ahead. This restaurant was also mentioned by one of the passengers on the train, who was helping ...
... and below ground levels of the library are built under this area.
After the tour we wondered around Harvard Square. This is a community of streets, just like a small township that services the university. Prices were good, so Allan decided to stop in for a haircut at a local barber ($15) and we had a healthy lunch at an innovative eatery called Clover. You can check out more at their website www.cloverfoodlab.com
In the afternoon ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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