Quality Inn & Suites Lexington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today was spent investigating the towns of Lexington and Concord to see where the seeds of the American Revolution began. The students started the day visiting the house of John Hancock who was hiding Samuel Adams the night Paul Revere rode in to tell them the regulars were marching toward Concord. Next, we visited Lexington Green to see the memorials of the ...
... to fall through the second floor. I secretly took some pictures even though you are not supposed to due to the family decreeing that the family's ancestors are still residents. Look out for these in my pictures! The rest of the museum was great, again with a really diverse amount of art. I looked at a lot of Chinese art which was again, extremely intricate and beautifully made. Again look out for these pictures - you will understand what I mean! On the drive home, we stopped at ...
... a bed, and a nice toilet (apparently nice toiletries but they were in the bag before I'd even had a wee!)
We then had to go and return the car - it was emotional!! Very strange lady met us at the return area, dressed as some sort of Halloween harlot. We said goodbye and then went off for a wander round the harbour front. Then wandered through the Faneuil market and the first part of the Freedom Trail. Man, Boston sure loves ...
We wake to a beautiful morning. Off to Berklee this morning for a student led tour. There are a bunch of young people and their parents from all corners of the world, doing the tour with us. Our lovely guide, Shilpa, has been there for 2 years, but has studied somewhere else before. She is studying voice. Berklee is a series of different campus's in a lovely historic area. We visited sound engineering studios, ...
... off with a trip to Boston's Quincey Market where I purchased and very much enjoyed some Boston clam chowder. The journey back was long but luckily I had two seats to myself as I was the strange English girl travelling solo who turns up in a limo despite looking like a hippy/hobo in flip flops. I was hoping to get some shut eye but it was not to be. The tour guide decided to inflict her shocking taste in films full volume upon the whole of our coach but even that could not ...