Westford Regency Inn
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Arrived Boston early, and didn't rush to get out of airport. Initially waited for a free shuttle, but it didn't show up after about 20 minutes, so we caught a taxi to the Courtyard Marriott Tremont hotel ($40) including tip. Delighted to find our room was ready so we could go straight up. A comfortable enough room, but no fridge. We just stayed a short while, but didn't unpack, then went for a long walk especially to find a tourist bureau. Saw lots of nice ...
The time difference has been a real killer. I was out of bed a few minutes after 5am and Sam not long after.
The breakfast provided by the hotel was pretty good, for a free breakfast anyhow. I suspect the manager of the place was pulling his stringy hair out as he watched us demolish the bread and frosty flakes and really sweet fruit juice.
After breakfast we wandered about a kilometre down to Watertown Yard ...
... The conductors narrate the tour with a fascinating and fun mix of trivia and humorous stories with the odd song thrown in too. Unfortunately when we first got on the bus we decided to sit near the back but the speakers weren’t working so after the 6th stop of barely hearing a word we decided to move further up the bus which was much better. The best sites are in the first 6 stops so as the tickets were valid for ...
Our flight was at 11:50. The flight was smooth and we got to Boston around 8pm, quite fast! I watched my Chinese soap on the iPad so time went quite fast (good thing to remember next time - load a movie/soap and watch it on the flight!).
We were lucky it was not very cold, in the 40's. But I did not realize the amount of snow we got in the last 2 weeks until we drove onto Steel Road and then into our driveway. Wow - the plow piled up the snow at the end ...
... to be so were all ready to go by the time we went for breakfast just before 8am. We had thought of grabbing breakfast in South Station, but thought it wiser to get the guy in the cafe to call us a cab, rather than lug luggage to the nearest T. It also gave us more time. Turned out well anyway, cos although only one smallish cab turned up, the dude managed to squeeze everything (and everyone) in. While we were eating breakfast, we met a guy from Warrington who has been living in ...