Winthrop Arms Hotel
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- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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The last Wednesday night, August 20, was one of the worst nights of my life.
My friends and I went to Excelsior, swimming in the lake and having our own little cook out. We went back to my house, went swimming in the pool and had a bonfire. Then came the hard part. It was the night that I had to say goodbye to the people who had been by my side since 6th grade. The process took several hours, and I was surprised that I even had that many tears to cry. Watching my friends ...
... Thames and Spring St area. Seafood festival was in progress. Part of the Cliff Walk completed a snack was had at the Tennis Hall of fame. Evening meal with John and Lisa at The Place, Newport. Oct 19 A day with John Pepperell. This was a relaxing day with John Pepperell, our friend from Glasgow days 35 years ago at and near his home in Barrington, Rhode Island. We undertook walking, chatting and eating. Lisa joined for the afternoon. Lovely day. Supper of baked salmon ...
... do!). Anyhow it was nice to visit one of the most prestigious universities in the world. I then headed to Faneiul Hall. Faneiul Hall is the place where the American Revolution got going. The area around it is lovely, it's mainly a market selling all sorts of things. From Faneiul Hall I did a free walking tour of the north end. I must admit, I find American history rather dull. The only American history that I've enjoyed at school ...
... River tour at 4:15. After that tour, we got on the last bus and headed back up to the stop by Cheers where we got off and walked up to Acorn Street. Acorn Street is one of the most photographed streets in Boston. It is the last original cobblestoned street as well... Very quaint. We met a family from Portugal and the father was saying "we walked all the ...
... time, Sam's bad foot was playing up badly but she perseveredto lead us to the site of the Boston Massacre.
We continued a short distance to Faneuil Hall, where we dined at a fine establishment called "Dick's last resort". This chain of restaurants is known for is deliberately rude waiters, and its always fun to watch them abusing the customers. Its even funnier when the diner is not in on the joke. At his place ...