Knights Inn Boston/Danvers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So we stayed overnight in Danvers... went to the grocery store and found a subway sandwich shop in the mall. Then found my way back to the motel... fed a little rabbit some of my lettuce by the pool...
... parks, this part of the city is also home to some really nice stores and since our wardrobes could use some additional summer clothing we decided that shopping was in order. About an hour and a frozen yogurt later, we headed back to campus. It was exciting to get to know this part of the city better, and I don’t know if it was because of the extremely nice weather or my lovely company, but so far this is definitely one of my favorite parts of Boston. ...
... between the British and the Americans, we finished the tour seeing the oldest naval warship which is still in service, me and em somehow managed to go through security but still seamed to have 'snuck' onto the military base so the guards had a little freak out when we didn't have our hands stamped ! We then got to walk around the oldest serving warship in the world it's called the u.s.s. Constitution a.k.a Ironsides which was fantastic to walk around and have a tour below deck ...
... settle for a 2-hitter. Even the Boston fans gave a standing O to the Oriole who hit a home run over the Green Monster and out of the stadium into the parking lot our car was parked in no less, LOL. It's been a full and fun day...stuffed with Red Sox dogs, Italian sausage, pizza, peanuts, etc., we hit the road for New ...
... an hour alone, where Becky labelled approximately 86 items as 'cute'. Jeff had his 5 minutes to look around after.
After that we had a goose around 5th avenue, and spent some time walking through Central Park. In the evening, we got to try chilli in a tin for the first time (no money left), which was surprisingly edible.
Today we have arrived in Boston. Our hosts seem lovely, and their dog is adorable. Makes us miss being around our own animals. ...