Fairfield Inn Boston Sudbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... is located really close to the Ferry so it our first stop, it has a lovely old domed roof beautifully preserved inside. The large Market is a busy tourist attraction but locals shop there too. It has a mixture of fast food & restaurants, crafts and a wide variety of stores to wander around.
Faneuil Hall built in 1742 was Bostons first wholesale marketplace. It was also where meetings were ...
We enjoyed Ian's birthday celebration , hugs all around and flew all night to London arriving at about 9:30. We took the Tube in and found our way to Grosvenor Square, our home for a few days. We've learned that it's best to stay up, so we did and fell into bed about 8, dead tired. First impressions are the city is lovely, full of very well dressed young people, very fashion conscious and well spoken . I had watched a show recently on Fendi, ...
... up outside can be seen through lush woods. The Stars and Stripes fly proudly from many of the houses and each hamlet has a little white church with small spire. This is a rich and opulent area. Occasionally ,we glimpse the sea and a quick map check using the in train wifi shows that we are passing through the eastern seaboard of Connecticut near Providence. TIME CHECK: 15:52. We are about 15 minutes outside Boston Central (South Street). The quaint scenery has given way ...
... menus and only found one, yes one, that served pizza. Frustrated and stressed, we escaped as quickly as we could, and found an American restaurant away from the huge crowds.
We decided that for our final day in Boston, which happened to be the day of the World Cup Final, we would visit one of Boston's beaches. We boarded the metro, and took the short journey to the Atlantic coastline, where we found a long stretch of beach, full of ...
... everywhere, restaurants, shops and place names! We also visited the plantation where the Indians let the English settle, the naive English thought the Indians were being very welcoming but they wanted to watch & learn their ways to then use it against them!
Our last full day in Massachusetts, so we decide to head into Boston! We happened to arrive in the lead up to the Boston Marathon, security was high with it being a year on from the Boston Bombings! Boston ...