Super 8 Watertown/Cambridge/Boston Area
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Written in the evening of October 24th
Brrr. Just came back down from Pinkham Notch and the 19 Mile Brook Trail! Up in the Notch most all of the leaves are off the trees, leaving the mountains looking like an abstract painting of grey vertical lines and a sporadic show of dark brown or dark gold with some evergreen – the last phase of fall's continuum of blossom. By the time we got to the lower ...
Well I got safely from Jamestown to Watertown. Was a much prettier drive than the first leg. Lots of mountains, trees and lakes to see. I only stopped once for a sandwich (must resist burgers and pizzas wherever possible). It doesn't feel as tiring as driving at home. I don't know if it's the comfort of the car, the nice wide roads or the fact that there are less cars or a bit of everything. About an hour away, I had a tiredness bout, but I drank a red bull and ...
... and despite it being a simple burger joint we decided to make our way out by the commuter ferry that takes you out through Boston Bay's islands (a bit of justification for the trip).
Wahblurgers is right across from the Ferry landing, just past Alma Nove (Mark's mum's restaurant). We went for 2 burgers and 3 sides. I couldn't stop myself going for 'Mark's Choice' the Thanksgiving burger - Turkey, sweet potato cranberry and stuffing - ...
A sleep in as Phillip is immune to noise and can sleep through anything! A day to experience the subway in Boston. We see Arlington station from our room so this looks a great place to begin. We are on the green line so we catch subway to Prudential to possibly catch a duck tour. This was recommended by the cab driver on our way in. We had walked to a lot of these ...
... and I landed a guy with the most genuine and pronounced Bostonian accent you could ask for. He also kept up a very amusing commentary, which was great, because I really needed a laugh by this time. There are so many different tour companies in Boston it's a wonder they don't block up the streets more than they do. There seems to be a friendly rivalry between companies, who compete for curb space to show the main attractions. Some highlights for me were the Public ...