Motel 6 Boston - Danvers
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... all the others! We went to a great Spanish restaurant and enjoyed some amazing tapas and Sangria. The group is very international with members from Paris, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Hawaii and New Jersey. I had a lot of fun chitchatting and sharing experiences and I met great people. The dinner was followed by a desert at the FroYo place nearby campus. Frozen Yogurt is a phenomenon that I was not really familiar with, but which appears ...
... ten force gale, and started heading towards Fenway Park, home of the successful Boston Red Sox, and perhaps ore pertinently, the place where Ray Kinsella and Terence Mann share a dog and a beer in Field of Dreams. On the way there we walked through the world’s biggest shopping centre again and then somehow ended up in the lobby of the Sheraton hotel. And stepping outside, we probably should have stayed there! For 5 minutes we were treated to a rain and wind spectacular, which ...
... Geese in the park by the river. We decided to do a tour of Boston in the afternoon via a Duck Boat. The tour captain was very entertaining and was full of great knowledge and facts about Boston and it's history. Our Duck Boat was called Fenway Fanny. For anyone unfamiliar with what a duck boat is-they're old WWII land and sea vessels. After the duck boat tour, we went up to the Skywalk in the Prudential Building to get a view of Boston from above. Boston is ...
We had an action planned day planned today so headed into town first thing. Our first stop was the observatory at the Prudential Tower. This was one of the lower skyline views we visited but then Boston does not having a lot of skyscrapers so we still got a perfect view. We could see all of Boston - including the legendary Fenway Park.
After we descended the tower we decided to call by The Cheesecake Factory for a spot of ...
... number of fast food vendors. We are seduced by a spruiker offering Teriyaki Chicken, and have breakfast/lunch before picking up the Freedom Trail again, into the very Italian North End area, past Paul Revere's wooden House, which is downtown's oldest building. On to the Old North Church, which opened in 1723 and is the oldest church in Boston. It has a 191-foot steeple, which was used to signal the arrival of the British during the American Revolution (one lantern if by ...
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