Abercrombie's Farrington Inn
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Abercrombie's Farrington Inn
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Abercrombie's Farrington Inn Boston
Travel Blogs from Boston
... different colours of cladding! The monument was similar to the one in Washington yet smaller. We walked around the Freedom Trail which was guided by a pathway through Boston where we saw lots of historical elements mainly referring to the American Revolution. We also stopped at a more ice rink to watch the locals playing ice hockey which was ...
... to me and we ended up having a pretty lengthy conversation about travelling, my trip, her numerous trips and the places she's lived and how her dad is still living life to the full doing solo travel at 91. 91! Incredible. And her aunt (his sister) who is still running at 96. I better get training. But she was really interesting. And THEN was the funny man with his tiny horse! Yep, that's right. I love chatting to randomers, you really do meet the best people that ...
... t like the way that you have very few assignments that make a large impact on your grade and there are no retakes. You have one big chance to get it right. It is hard to adjust to but the semester is still going very well! I have been looking into the classes I want to take next semester and it has come down to just a couple classes. Things like "Actors and Acting", "Making a Musical", "Financial Management", and "Intro to Marketing". It should be a good semester!
... t press the button. They made Mexican jokes. They were amazed how fast I talked, I sounded intelligent and my accent was lovely. They suggested I continued down the road as that was where "Cheers" was. Cheers was closed as I was two hours early to their 11am opening time. The shop had expensive merchandise but I have only watched a few episodes so didn't understand most of the quotes. Still, I took my photo in front of the sign. Checked that box off the tourist list. I passed ...
... those associated with the war of independence. The freedom trail didn't disappoint. Although it did make me realise how poor my knowledge of American history. I guess we Brits don't like to think about that episode as much as the Americans do...
Speaking of which, one thing I have realised about this trip is how warped British perceptions of its history is. Michael Gove being a textbook **** of an example. Everyone I've met, from a diverse range ...