Motel 6 Tewksbury
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... some modern extensions that have been gracefully attached. We didn't try to see everything but did see quite a lot of the European Art, some of the Contemporary Art and a small exhibition on dresses and jewellery from Hollywood. However, we did miss Paul Revere's Sons of Liberty bowl, a brilliant stained glass window by Louis Comfort Tiffany and a folk art pictorial quilt sewn by former slave ...
... sun was biding a hasty retreat towards the twilight. By the time we high-tailed it back to the car the only thing clearly illuminated was the bright orange envelope poked below the windscreen wiper.
Deanne braced herself as I reefed it out and peaked inside. "How much?" She insisted.
I laughed out loud, and folding the envelope to my hip pocket declared, "$40!"
Deanne laughed too. "Now there's some irony that even an American would get."
... were cute and the hobos, which were not. We then took a look at the whole city from the top of the prudential centre. A really good experience which gave a great overview of the city. Next up was the famous duck tour! If the duck tour doesn't put a smile on your face you have no sense of humour! We were driven around in a brown amphibious car called Molly Mollasses by a man called Colonel Duck Tape - the man with the hoarsest, most Bostonian voice on the planet! Sherrie got to drive ...
... sweet creations. Charlie suggested I try Clam Chowder while in Boston, and I was in seafood lovers heaven! So I asked one owner what was Clam Chowder and she gave me a free taste tester. It was warm (it's soup) but didn't taste fishy at all. So I went back for the rest of the testers she had put out. I paced myself though, gotta work for a free meal. It was the first seafood I actually enjoyed. May go back for more later. I also found my ...
... lift Mum headed off down to the lobby to see if Dad's lift turned up down there. With Dad waiting on our floor I headed down to the lobby several minutes after Mum only to find her in a panic as she had also let the lift doors shut before she had finished unloading it. Parents! So with 2 lifts full of our things now on the loose the only option was to send each lift down to the lobby and then back up to the highest floor in a ...