Bradford Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... No? The song speaks of a man who is bored with his "old lady". One day he reads the personal ads of a woman who is seeking a man who, among other little things, must like piņa coladas. He writes back and arranges to meet the woman at a bar, only to find that the woman is actually his girlfriend/wife. "If you like piņa coladas, and getting catch in the rain, if you aren't into yogi and you have half a brain (which he hasn't clearly!), if ...
... milling out to look at the boardwalk.
After lunch we set off on the longish drive west to our proposed stop at West Haven. Past industrial New Bedford, Falls River where we had a failed attempt to see WWII battleship USS Massachusetts, and down to Newport. Time was getting on so we didn't detour to see the famous mansions, but pushed on to New London and New Haven.
West Haven turned out to be a ghost town. One boarded up motel and some out of season apartments. Heading ...
... the 16 on the freedom trail. Our tour guide made the walk worthwhile with his interesting facts and hilarious comments. I learned many things that they keep out of the history books; like, that Paul Revere was arrested on his ride, and his backup's backup rider had to finish the ride to Concord to warn the people. <3 PJ
... once a year for a family reunion. Pilgrims did not bathe at all during the winter and only once a month during the warmer season. This was because the natural oils on their bodies helped protect them from the weather. The Pilgrims set up a permanent settlement and started growing corn but needed nutrients for the soil. The Wampanoag people showed them how to use fish in their fertilizer to help their crops grow. However the Wampanoag people did not use this same ...
... around the nearby streets and the harbour we did a loop on the Boston Trolley to get an overview of the city. We finished off the day with a fantastic meal at a local pizza and pasta place (I did say we were in Little Italy!), where we were served by an enthusiastic Bostonian who gave us advice on where to walk, run, eat and visit during our stay. Although we are only here a few days we expect to love Boston at least as much as we loved New ...