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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Travel Blogs from Sudbury
... big thank you for attending our event the previous day, and an even bigger thank you for inviting us to this exclusive Dutch Consulate party at Boston’s most prestigious country club. The limousine-van then brought us back to campus and during the ride Karel and I could not stop giggling about the people we met, the stories we heard and the incredibly royal way we had been treated and welcomed. The Dutch certainly know how to party, what a weekend!! ...
... I visited was Boston Common which was a beautiful open space and also the start of the Freedom Trail that was a walking tour of historical sites of the American Revolution. I decided to leave the Freedom Trail for the next day and instead got a ticket for the hop-on, hop-off tour bus. The tour bus was useful as it took me round the whole city and I was able to decide where I wanted to see first. After one lap on the bus, I got off at the Boston Tea ...
... could find a yellow Red Sox t-shirt! Our browsing was cut short though as the store was closing early due to Justine Timberlake and Jay-Z playing in a concert later that evening, so we will need to go back on Friday or Saturday morning for a longer browse. Back tot he hotel for a quick freshen up and finally hungry after the huge breakfast headed back to the Faneuil Hall and Quincy's market area for dinner, in would you believe, ...
Light snow and an occasional breeze accompanied us today on our adventure in the refuge. We strapped on snowshoes, too - another plus, since it was only the second time this winter!
Beginning at the visitors center, we stopped and read the information at the side of the trail. The land here shows evidence of civilization back 3500 years, when ...
... stroll in the surrounding areas and we were ready to rock and roll.... to the Vermont cheese factory. Rolling being the operative word. This followed by a quick drive into Brattleboro Town- a stroll, a coffee and back on the road and another state down. Through New Hampshire back into Massachusetts and on to Boston. After finding the hotel, the next step was to find a parking ...