The Inn At Crystal Cove
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... martini I have been getting! Said our goodbyes and back home for a drink before bed, and that martini must have been potent because I was ready for bed before even finishing my wine!
December 30th Sunday and the last day of November! It was up to 36 when I was up this morning and 47 now at 10 am so the snow will be melting soon. Later we decided to drive to Concord to window shop. Lots of antique shops and tourist places. There is ...
What a busy month it has been. Yesterday marked 6 weeks since I left my house for the first time. It has crazy how fast time has gone. I am simply loving it here in Boston. What a beautiful and fun city to explore. However, I think it is time to go home. I am leaving Thursday night and getting four whole days in Minneapolis this weekend! I am beyond excited. I will get to go down to Mankato to spend some time with Gabe and see the ...
... a check in point where we were given tickets with our names but we were told because we had flown in to the country by QANTAS we had to go into the counter area inside the terminal. We were not too sure of check in procedure with American Airlines so asked one of their staff for assistance. She rudely told us to go to a screen and help ourselves. This we did not do. We went to the baggage drop attendant who looked ...
... town. The young artist fights the jealous townsperson and saves everyone. While the show was mainly a dance show with not much speaking, it was still good to watch. On our way to the Empire State Building (which was our next stop of the evening), we stopped at the hotel to try checking in again. This time the line moved a bit quicker and we only had to wait 15 minutes. We were on the 16th floor and after working out that we were supposed to be in 1618 ...
... big sites, which is a 2.5 mile trail lined with bricks to get tourist from one site to the next. We didn't find this out until half way through the trail and were following a map until then. Most of Boston is made out of brick including the sidewalks and houses, so it was easy to miss the brick path on the freedom trail. Our first site stop was the market to get some food to fuel me through the day. It is not open for breakfast, so I had to get ...