Abercrombie's Farrington Inn
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... every 15 minutes to and from the T stop to our hotel.. very efficient... We decided to go to the Venetia for supper, a nice Italien restaurant on the Tapean river overlooking the harbour... I had baked Scrod which is a light white fish much like haddock or cod... with roasted baby potatoes and cauliflower and brocolli.. very nice. Back to the hotel for the night and planned our day for Tuesday... another busy day ...
... we had paid, we probably wouldn’t be getting a great hotel, but boy did we get a surprise – more on that later.
As we weren’t expecting there to be a long line to check in, we had organised to go to a Broadway show in the evening. When we arrived at the hotel we encountered a long and very slow moving line. After spending 20 minutes in the line that moved all of about 5 feet, we decided to check in later and to take ourselves and our backpacks ...
... not being quite so vegetable obsessed. Highlights of our time in these two cities: Delicious breakfasts in Montreal, Waffles and Croissants !! Continued tripping over inanimate objects. Searching for vegetables for three days. While we aren't as sad to be leaving Boston as we were Toronto, it is a lovely city and we have had a fabulous time visiting. But for now, off to visit the Big Apple, the concrete jungle where dreams are made, New York, New York! Lots of love, J&A ...
... in and out of shops until we found me some gym shorts that were required for my stretching class. I had only brought longer legged workout pants, which were not allowed. Apparently the trainers need to see the muscles working and stretching so they which ones to target with spot on massage techniques!
We ate at Skipjack's restaurant with good food and bad service, then made our way back to ship.
... 4- year program costs the ridiculous amount of 200,000 $.
No Boston experience would be complete without joining a game of the Red Sox. Even for Helge, who can hardly spell the word baseball and has otherwise no clue about this sport was really exciting to see the Red Sox hitting a great home run and winning against the San Diego Padres.
Where else could you spend the 4th of July in a better way if not in ...