La Quinta Inn & Suites Andover
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... It became quite apparent an hour and 15 minutes before our excursion that there was no way we would make it to the dock in time for the trolley. Jean suggested we go to the front desk and see if we could get some help. I at least wanted to ask if they could write us an excuse as to why we were missing the trolley ride. Doesn't that sound just like a teacher! Lo and behold after explaining to the man at the desk that I had been told we would be able to make ...
... as the Red Sox were playing at the nearby stadium and there was a music festival.
We stumbled upon the old Boston statehouse where the Declaration of independence was first read to the public from a little balcony. The building is now a museum surrounded by skyscrapers in the financial district. This juxtaposition of old and new is common throughout Boston and we both felt that it was the most beautiful architectural city of our trip so far.
After all ...
... grumpy old lady took our passports and called out Jess' name. Jess walked forward, my name was then called, and I did the same. She then looked directly at us, and said 'well come on I've called your name out already,' as if we were in trouble for blinking.
We followed her to her little counter of evil, where she asked us the same questions as the guy in the previous room. She asked if we had a return ticket to Canada, and we said no, as we were part of a ...
... br> Upon clearing LAX I stopped by my usual haunt “Euro Caffe” in Beverly Hills where I go to get the last good coffee I expect to have for the next three weeks. This is my ritual. I returned to LAX shortly thereafter, all caffeinated and borderline friendly. I set out for the airport yesterday (????) confident in the knowledge I had forgotten something very important. I’ve no doubt ...
... Revere House which was built in the late 1700s. Our walk crossed the water into Charlestown where we saw the USS Constitution at the Navy Yard and climbed the Bunker Hill monument. By this stage the weather was becoming blizzard like conditions. It was actually snowing, hailing, sleeting, whatever you'd like to call it! The 275 steps up the monument definitely warmed us up and provided good views over Boston, despite the low cloud. Next was a visit to Massachusetts Institute ...