Knights Inn Boston/Danvers
Travel Blogs from Danvers
And so the dawn brought us to the final day of our journey. Despite a few things that went bump in the night – well it was Halloween – a reasonable night’s sleep was had allround.
We made our excuses and checked out of the hotel and went across the road to a place called Flour for brunchy/breakfast. Unfortunately they weren’t really set out for that, so it was limited to Granola and French toast, with the obligatory coffee to accompany. We emerged from there ...
We went over to Cambridge today to visit Harvard. It was a little rainy on and off this morning and afternoon-nothing like that first night in DC though-so we didn't get a chance to hang out on the campus lawns. There were quite a few tourists on campus. We both thought it would be a little strange to go to University while a bunch of tourists were around taking pictures. We also went down to look at the Charles River from the Cambridge side. There was a large group ...
... clearly annoyed by then and asked the stewardess when they would be turning out the lights. She answered that the lights would be dimmed after the duty free service came through. Much to our chagrin, the lights didn't go out until well after midnight, and were out for only a couple of hours before the breakfast service started. Yikes. So 2 hours of sleep, maybe, and we were up for the day. But we were in Dublin!!
... angry mob gathered and starting throwing snowballs at the British soldiers, who retaliated, and five men were killed.
Here, at State Street, we split off onto the Walk to the Sea, passing the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a
mile-long ribbon of parks and green space, which was the construction area for the "Big Dig", the enormous project to dig traffic tunnels underground. Walk all the way out to the end of the Long Wharf, then back to the Faneuil Hall Market, which has ...
In a very last minute moment of craziness on my first full day in Boston, although I wasn't likely to make it I still decide to jet off on the ‘T’ to Stony Brook for the Samuel Adams brewery tour, running up the street just in time to make the last tour of the day.
Sam Adams is the most awarded beer in the world - they even have an award for winning the most awards. Go figure. I learn more about Sam Adams than ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility