Doubletree Hotel Boston/Westborough
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... we weren't going to get any sleep. Which we didn't, too hot too cold, loud noises, the weirdest place ever. One review even compared it to a perfect setting for a horror movie! Not wanting to stay here any longer we walked round the corner 'stephis', a restaurant. I got a burger which was far too big so barely ate any of it but was delicious. Quite late by this point we headed back to our cells and went to sleep, tried to ...
... the we could already tell the architecture was interesting and the streets are clean. It
had been raining although still 18C. We would've enjoyed the walk much
much more if it wasn't for the grumbling bellies! Eventually we found 'The
Original Rattlesnake Bar'.
We stepped off the empty street and
into a cosy Bar where 'the game' was on, people sitting along the bar,
chatting, laughing ...
... Franklin in favour of a foot-long meatball Subway combo with a cookie and a large Sprite - no disrespect intended. We ate in close proximity to several of the Quakers we'd seen earlier. They too were enjoying their Subway and more traditional bill o'fare such as Thai Panda. Food for thought, I thought.
We rejoined the trail at the Old Corner Bookstore, formerly the home of Anne Hutchinson, who was expelled from Massachusetts in 1638 for heresy. The building currently ...
... a place called Back bay, which you can see in the picture alongside. It was beautiful, you got a great view and i actually really appreciated the time to just be alone in a calm and gorgeous place - as fun as travelling is, sometimes it's nice to just be a peace on you're own for a while, because you literally never stop, you're always meeting new people, worrying about money and figuring out what you're going to do next - it really does keep you on your toes ...
... is such a contrast; much busier and surrounded by sky scrapers with paths through patches of grass and tulips. We were able to visit the Afro - American museum on beacon hill. It was so interesting and is located in one of the first churches for black people which was then turned into one of the first black schools. We visited a few more places; the Quincy market and the state house but as I had lots of time to explore these places, the visits were fairly brief. Diny was ...