The Castle Manor Inn
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... P.s. You can follow Becky on travelpod too...just search Beckywilliamson (all one word). Flew in from Baltimore today. Things went smoothly considering I just meandered to the tram, lucked out by getting on the right one and ended up checking in, in plenty of time. Not too sure if this is the mark of a seasoned traveller...or just complacency! Well, whatever it was, its working well so ...
... navigated a typical city subway system should feel comfortable on the old “CTA”.
For dinner, Casey had selected and made reservations at the “Atlantic Fish Company”. This restaurant was very convenient to walk to from our hotel. It became a favorite. We ended up having dinner there all three nights in a row. The seafood specials were perfect. The freshly shucked local oysters were out of this world and the vegies – perfectly ...
... in shorter spurts and you don’t have to focus as long.
I’d taken my little traveling lap top to the game with me so was watching in between typing. It prompted the lady beside Chris to ask if I was blogging which sparked some conversation between them. We soon learned that the couple were called Ann and Will, and that Ann had bought these seats as a birthday gift for Will. They were a really lovely couple who were keen to know a bit about ...
... this night, unlike at Winnie's. I think I redeemed myself a bit, considering most others were on the floor at 6.
I've spent this weekend down in Boston, Massachusetts, which has been great. It's one of my favourite cities I've ever visited. My hostel is located right near a whole heap of universities. I went for a walk my first morning and walked through the Berklee College of Music, into Boston University, past the New England Conservatorium ...
... couple by Renoir.
We're staying out in the Cambridge area near Harvard University and we take the Hotel shuffle there to explore the campus, the buildings of which were once covered with ivy - hence 'Ivy league'. The ivy has now been removed as a possible danger to the buildings, still it's nice to wander around watching students going about their studies. They all look so young and serious. The houses in the neighbourhood are ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed