Motel 6 Boston - Danvers
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... another hack. After finishing the tour I really wanted to go to MIT, but is $60000 a year with a minimum of 4 years, $2000 more than Harvard. Both schools follow the regime work really really hard and party hard.
Walked into town across the famous Smoot bridge, famed by a trio who ...
... times. Later that evening I met an Italian guy at the hostel, we both made pasta for dinner (it's easiest and cheapest) and I am more than happy to say that mine came out the best, yes really, better than an Italian! Later that evening I was craving ice cream, and although we got stupidly lost, in the end we found and Ben and Jerrys and wandered around the city. When arriving back at the hostel, a few guys I met the previous night before were determine to get ...
... I arrived in Boston, I immediately set off for my hotel, and luckily for me, it was yet another warm, sunny day in New England, which meant another set of clothes soaked through in sweat. Yay, me.
After checking into the hotel, I went to the concierge desk and bought a ticket for the hop-on/hop-off trolley. Though the lady at the desk advised me to get on the trolley as soon as possible because it was already 2 PM, I decided to go ...
... was not the last time we would hear such funny funny stuff.
We continue on the tour and decide to do the complete loop to check out the whole city which is fabulous by the way. It's not a huge city, you really could walk just about anywhere and there are lots of cool shops and restaurants and plenty of parks.
We hop on the next bus and our guide is Corey (unless he's no good in which case his name is Martin, hahahaha, it never gets old). As it ...
Say whaaaat. While in Boston I'm staying here at the Buckminster Hotel, it's pretty old in American terms being built in 1897. It's right next to Fenmore Park, baseball stadium and used to host the players in the 1920s. It's reported(by the hotel) that it was the place Arnold "chick" Gandill, player for the Chicago white sox hatched a plan with book maker Joseph "sport" Sullivan to throw a 1919 World Series. Ultimately they all got busted and Arnold ...