Fairfield Inn Boston Sudbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... man. Really jolly and loud.
Arrived in Boston as usual too hungry and too hot. Sorted the food and then walked down to the hostel- May sound cruel but taxis are for wooses and from now on it is practically all car (except Chicago).
Wednesday was free entry to Museum of art so went there from 6-830pm. All agreed NO MORE MUSEUMS.
Lovely meal in Chinatown. Not as good as Mr Chows and of course Ruth had egg fried rice!
... each other around a ladder onboard. Naturally the only assumption I can make is that the U.S is now investing in Specially trained squirrels who can run submarines for deep sea missions! Genius! Thus concluded my journey on the Freedom Trail but rather than following the trail back the way I had come i saw on the map the stadium for the famous Boston Basketball team , Celtic and the ice hockey team, Boston Bruins. TD Gardens is the shared home stadium of both teams so I went to get ...
... a swarm of very strangely dressed people combing from a convention amongst them Captain Jack Sparrow ,Thor and a Wooki . The poor cab driver must have wondered what had hit him as we giggled and laughed our way back to the hilton where there was a slight problem with keys not working in the doors more giggles and laughter ,Tracy getting her boots stuck on her feet more giggles and laughter ......so much so she fell out of her chair :) .Cups of tea and bed and an ugly morning after awaits ...
... a chance of sprinkles. It started sprinkling as we finished the cruise. Back on the bus for the rest of the tour and back to our hotel for a rest.
We are a block from Little Italy, the Italian section of town, and had dinner there on Thursday. It is about 20 blocks long and has about 70 Italian restaurants there. We went over there ...
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