Winthrop Arms Hotel
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- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... She checked again on the computer and said it was not there and they did not know what might have happened. She wrote down the luggage tag number, gave us a printed brochure, and told us to go home and wait.
Took a taxi to Lin's, picked up and loaded our car, back home shortly before 1. Djuna is not home yet, still at school. We don't get to see her till next Monday! The house without her is very empty .... We ...
... was just a 10 minute walk from the harbor. It turned out to be more of a 30 minute walk but it was such a pleasant day we did not mind. South Boston is in the process of refurbishing old warehouses and businesses to accommodate family apartments. Are unique hotel had been confectionery business. The hotel had maintained the structure of the building showing the beams and much of the brick of the former business. After settling in our room we went out to ...
I can't believe the day is here! I'm sitting here waiting for my ride to the airport and my traveling companion to arrive! We are on Lufthansa flight 425 changing planes in Munich. At the airport and through security. Hanging in the Air France lounge drinking ...
... the museum was to do a tour and the tour was going to take too long. There would not have been enough time to see the museum and then get back to the meeting point in time. After giving up this museum i went back to the trolly and caught it to the Wharf and ferry port.
Here i did the harbour cruise – free with the trolly tour. This was also live commentary, took 45 minutes and was very interesting. It gave some history of the ...
By now we are losing track of days but we believe that it was Tuesday today and that meant an opportunity to see Boston. The day began with a bus tour around the city covering the common, gardens, Copley Square, Back Bay and then the colonial parts of Boston. We walked through the older streets and saw the Old North Church other key areas to do with the revolution.
The tour ended at Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market and we had about four hours ...