La Quinta Inn Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a not so great sleep in our know known to be part nursing home, we were up early as it was a lovely day to explore Boston. Wondering past the big hotels first as we followed the Trolley route. First stop was Fenway park, which was fens filled with reeds double our height. Looping back round to the Esplande along Commonwealth Av which had streets with UK names leading off... Passing some Frat houses along the way. The Esplande was really pretty and was ...
In the 1820s, William Lloyd Garrison was working for a Quaker newspaper publisher in Baltimore. In 1830, he moved to Boston, and the following year began publishing The Liberator. This anti-slavery newspaper demanded the liberation of slaves with no compensation for their masters. In 1833, along with sixty other abolitionists, ...
... and the Feeding and Swallowing clinic (Tuesday). Today however is Sunday, time for sightseeing. It was a lovely hot sunny day. Had lobster rolls for lunch on the long wharf. Watched the seals outside the aquarium. Caught the sightseeing trolly bus the see the top sights. Wandered around the common and on parts of the Freedom trail and had a blueberry beer at the Cheers bar. The apartment is in the North end, also referred to as little Italy so grabbed a pizza on the way ...
... subway was fine, but getting all 9 of us, plus our luggage, onto a bus that was already full, was a mission. At one point the bus jerked, and Paul (the Christopher Plummer look alike, who as it turns out is actually Czechoslovakian) bumped into me, I couldn't stop myself and fell into Jess, and Jess couldn't stop herself and fell into Laurie (one of the other guys on our tour), who saw it all unfold and had time to brace for the incoming avalanche.
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Spent the day with Kai from Melbourne, travelling round America by himself. Started the day in Harvard Yard, originally donated to the university by John Harvard as his cattle fields along with his private collection of books. We hooked up with a student tour guide. Took us around the campus eventually finishing up by the gift store. She did a great job at showing us around, very loud and filled with knowledge as you'd expect for a Harvard student. Told us about the weekly ...