Harbor Light Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... trips as we wanted. We went out to Wonderland which is the last station on our line. It goes to Revere Beach where we had driven yesterday and seen lots of people enjoying the sun. Today, 24 hours later, it was overcast and cool and very few people.
Back on the train to go to the airport station but decided to continue into town for dinner. There are few places near the hotel to eat. The trip to town is about 20 minutes and was so easy. Had dinner ...
... say in Greek, "Live Responsibly or Suffer."Today we find our collective ***** planted on various institutional airline benches, preparing for a late-night flight out of Boston that will eventually drop us in Athens. I'll try to keep you all updated about our amblings as regularly as I can. Keep an eye out for announcements of the next entry!
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... forming! We shuffle off and down an escalator. How come the train is nearly full already? Maybe it is was coming from another destination...Washington?...single travellers have taken double seats....Cathy at once spots a window seat next to a smart college type male (mind you he had forgotten to put on any socks). He looks daggers but yields at once to the Kiwi "patter". "Excuse me is that window seat taken??"...eeeer........as she plonks down. I am relegated to an isle ...
... each other around a ladder onboard. Naturally the only assumption I can make is that the U.S is now investing in Specially trained squirrels who can run submarines for deep sea missions! Genius! Thus concluded my journey on the Freedom Trail but rather than following the trail back the way I had come i saw on the map the stadium for the famous Boston Basketball team , Celtic and the ice hockey team, Boston Bruins. TD Gardens is the shared home stadium of both teams so I went to get ...
... Shortly after that, Remco and his farewell-crew arrived and after our well-deserved morning cappuccino it was only the two of us left. The moment had come! I would not set foot on Holland for the next six months, and I was exchanging the warm January days for 'deathly Massachusetts cold'. The eight-hour flight literally flew by. I was going to read my newly bought book Butcher’s Crossing, written by Williams, but once I found my seat on the plane ...