Concord's Colonial Inn
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... 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 ...
... gridlocked, and we inch our way through Kingston, until at 6:15 we head for Heathrow at about 20mph. With only 8 miles to go, we start to believe we are going to make it. But the roads are still busy, and buses block our way along with vans and learner drivers! EVERY TAFFIC LIGHT IS RED. What seems like our 50th set of lights, a bus is blocking the road turning right. I see a plane coming into land at Heathrow, I SNAP and mount the pavement, and surge ...
... not entirely sure that’s the most appropriate phrasing, but we’ll roll with it) and my Boston guide book. Tourist? Me? Nope. After getting horrifically lost and soaked around Chinatown I managed to find the hostel. Most possibly one of the best hostels I have ever stayed in – private showers you say? Oh yes. No struggling into clothing while trying to keep your towel up and not flashing the other ten people in the shower who are trying to do exactly the same as you ...
Oh dear looks grim out there today - 100% drizzle. My room faces the airport runway and the cruise liner docks so would be an interesting view from the 19th floor if you could see it clearly. Shame. Read the paper in the comfy lobby - sofas and a fire and listen to graham norton on the radio for an hour or so. Head out and it is cold. It's also the rerunning of the final mile of the marathon today so town is busy. That plus a festival at city hall. So ...
... great for seeing the route on paper, but hard to adjust to after using the larger scale maps of recent weeks.
Much of the time we walked on leaves and roots and stones - so much melting since the foot of snow just a week ago!
Not far along the path we came to the northeast end of Fairyland Pond, a delightful, man-made pond and once the playground ...