Winthrop Arms Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... sort of thing, but it was fantastic. The store has thousands of second hand books covering a great range of topics! I even found two books about the size of matchboxes about Maori language. I would have bought them but they were $35 each. In Boston there is a very cool trail called the Freedom Trail. You can easily follow the red trail marked out on the streets and it takes you to all the main points of interest in the city. I say 'easily ...
... extra pair of shoes. Not only for outfit options, but to save your feet. When you plan to spend most of your vacation walking, you need to make sure your feet stay in working order. Switching shoes daily prevents your feet from breaking down. (H/T Sherri, queen of foot knowledge.)
3. Pictures are worth more than souvenirs. You will never use that lemon-shaped decorative soap set stamped "Sorrento." You will also never have ...
... note. It is stone ground so texture entirely different to normal chocolate. Sport Ice hockey Bruins vs New Jersey game at td stadium: I had really wanted to buy a foam hand with the finger up to cheer with but they only had giant puck and bear hats. Also I think Mitch and GK might have disowned me. The bruins ended up winning. Crowd was enthused but not really rowdy. I was almost disappointed by how tame the subway was after the game. Patriots game So ...
... and Jason try his first steak in the US. Both were sufficiently up to standard - the steak was magnificent and cooked to perfection medium rare all the way through. Full day number 2 saw us greeted with a rainy, overcast day. We jumped on the metro and headed to Back Bay station where we got out tickets for the Patriots train (more on this later). We then jumped back on the met and headed out to Cambridge where the famous ...
... alone, having him around makes them more delightful to deal with. I mean hey, every pilot needs a co-pilot. As I start this year long journey, I ask for prayers and that you keep me in your thoughts. I will try my best to keep these blogs up to date. Filling them with pictures and stories of how my life is in Ireland. I hope that you keep reading my ventures and you explore the world around you.