Quality Inn & Suites Lexington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where there was some kind of skirmish with the git americans who has far as I can see should have been rounded up and shot! We then passed the house of Louisa M Alcott who wrote Little Women, by the way they think that anything over 100 years old is really, really old! ... Gits! We arrived in Boston about 1230 and we went for lunch in a market area where there was lots of food stalls and music with street performers, we. could only be here for a short ...
... that crisscrossed the city. The space above, where the freeways used to be, have been converted into parks with fountains, statues and playgrounds. The longest stretch is called the Rose Kennedy Park. Senator Ted Kennedy was involved in raising a large portion of the initial funding required so the park was named after his mother. Additional taxes and tolls were imposed to cover the remaining cost and commuters are still paying these today. Driving south it is easy to ...
... tell you about the meeting we enjoyed on Sunday afternoon. The congregation was Jamacia Plain, in the suburb of the same name about a 15 min walk from our accommodation, which is 10 km southwest from Boston CBD.
Outside we were greeted by a couple of brothers, one younger named Brent and one older brother, both African Americans. I introduced myself as John (what else?) And he said "what was that again?" I said John. He ...
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 ...
In October, Canada celebrates thanksgiving meaning I was able to enjoy a long weekend.
Now, how was I going to spend those two extra days off? A visit to Boston, of course.
Most of you reading this will know I’m a history nerd, American history in particular is exciting to me. For this reason, Boston was an ideal location. Its surrounded in history with museums on a variety of things. Also, some of you may recall my (not-so) ...