Knights Inn North Attleboro
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Day 46. Massachusetts Today was a travel day. We caught a train from Washington DC to Boston - it took all day. Fast train it was not - I will never criticise the Canberra to Sydney train again - yes I will, I want to see a fast train between Sydney and Melbourne. We ...
9:00 am-We are finally here! After pulling an "all nighter" (as Anna put it) on the plane ride over we slowly gathered our bags and found a taxi to bring us to the Hotel Eiffel Trocadero. It is amazing that we survived the plane ride over with one of the passengers near us sharing the most horrendous garlic burps.....gross. On the drive to the hotel we had difficulty communicating with the driver ...
We took the "T" (the subway) in to Boston this morning and walked a block to the Boston Commons where the Freedom Trail starts. This is a 2.5 mile walk winding through Boston past a whole bunch of interesting historical sites. You can follow it easily, because there are bricks laid in the pavement....you just follow the yellow brick road, except it's red not yellow.
Boston Common is ...
... Fuerza Bruta Wayra. It is like nothing I had done before. It was much more of a spectacle than a real show. There seemed to be a theme but no plot. Think Cirque du Soleil a little bit. All of the audience was standing in the middle of the space for the entire thing. The crew would literally move us out of the way as they brought in new set pieces and special effects. The cast would walk among everyone. There was a man running on a treadmill, breaking ...
... weekends. I just discovered the Thornton Cafe on Huntington Ave, across the street and down a block from the Prudential T. I had an awesome breakfast there yesterday and will be back there again.
For dinner, I like Piattini on Newbury Street. It’s popular neighborhood Italian eatery with a menu of small plates or entrees complete with suggested wine pairings. The setting of divided dining rooms cuts down on the background noise. I like ...