Harbor Light Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Heated pool
- Room service
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... to an expected unpaved portion. That unpaved portion turned out to be somewhat more rugged than expected, to the consternation of a certain female of our partnership, and it didn't help that we got a bit off track and ended up outside of the Park. All worked out though, and we made our way back to the campground by 5:30 or so for a relaxing beer or two. That certain female is actually quite pleased with herself for accomplishing a nice little trail bike adventure in ...
... online near Sullivan Sq T station, just $6/day rather than $40-odd in town! We jumped on the Orange Line to the city centre from there and went in search of breakfast. Not much was open before 10am so we took a slow wander from Haymarket station and happened upon Ye Olde Union Oyster House, which has been continuously operational since 1826, making it America’s oldest restaurant. We had a read of the articles and menus in the windows, took ...
... all, right Mr Glynn?)
When we got to the falls we got on a boat and took a trip in the basin of the falls. We got given disposable ponchos to help keep us dry. Although pretty much everyone stayed inside. Tsk. If you’re going to experience something then EXPERIENCE it! I stood in the front of the boat the whole time when we sailed up to the foot of the falls. There were a handful of fellow thrill seekers on the top deck but I had the front all to ...
So after a long and traffic filled day on the bus I got to Boston. Haein, who we travelled with in New Zealand picked me up from the station and we stayed with her English friend for the weekend. On the evening I arrived, we grabbed some booze, and then headed out afterwards into the city. Got pretty drunk and danced like an idiot for a while, a good night overall! We headed back home on the train, and I was amused by ...
... Iced water" just draws a blank look (our first language challenge).
We swapped museums for churches and graveyards. We were some of the few purists who did the whole Boston bit of the trail in blazing sun but persisted and crossed Charlestown Bridge in sweltering heat and humidity to Chalestown and the Bunker Hill memorial.
Highlights were the Kings Chapel which had a "Governor's Pew" ...