The Prescott International Hotel and Hostel
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Left New York on another warm and lovely day and pitched up at Penn Station for our Amtrak train to Boston. A friend of ours told me before we left that he had travelled across America on AMTRAK and realised why anyone with sense and money would ever go by train- I now see where he is coming from but still glad that we are doing our two epic rail journeys.
We were novices and it showed. We had four booked coach seats so when the ...
... cool and can well be described as 'old-school’. This was the first baseball game I ever attended so I did not really know what to expect, and it was an awesome experience. The game was spread out over 9 innings and lasted for a good three hours, which allowed me to enjoy a hotdog and a reasonable amount of popcorn and really get a hold of the rules. The game was really exciting at times when the baseball was actually hit and the players of both ...
... we learnt a lot this first one so hey, what can go wrong.
A few things I’ve learned today:
1)My first subway ride, was hot, crowded, germ infested (hanging on to those bars)…ewww, yuck!!! I’m probably not a mass transit kind of gal lol!
2)Asking questions in a strange town is probably a good thing to do..especially about train schedules.
3) Don’t put off doing things you want to do until tomorrow because ...
... things they did under their last turn at the helm. The 'spin' and media twist seem to turn the whole thing into a comedy of errors that 'We the people..." are unfortunately all caught up in as well. Liberal, Conservative, Authoritarian, Libertarian none of us are completely satisfied ever, but maybe that is the way government is supposed to be. When I hear the stories of the 'Founding Fathers' some of ...
... to watch the Bruins game that night as Ice Hockey was officially back after the lock out that had lasted months.
Dinner was good and so were the beers. I made friends with the bartender and two guys who were watching the game and sat and talked with them and then they walked with me back to the hotel. Their names were John and Dennis. It is always really nice meeting the locals, especially when home games are on and fights break out in ...