Crescent Suites Hotel
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... black-purple-red). I didn't realize until I looked in the mirror that my shoulders and chest had been thoroughly sunburned. I currently look like a lobster. It's fabulous.
Anyways, I do think the bath helped loosen up my knee, but that tub definitely had a horrible stopper because about five seconds after I sat down in the water (and I do mean that literally, people) about two-thirds of it had drained and I was left bathing in about four inches of water.
... much to our approval). On top of the bread al your shared dishes are ceremoniously plonked. We had meat, avoiding the vegetarian nonsense,in a variety of sauces, non dull but none particularly spicy. The waitress kept returning to refill our bread until all the meat was (pretty quickly) demolished. The only downside to Ehtiopian we'd say was the honey wine we had to accompany - a bit like the 'bubbly;' you get on a bad hen night.
... and charge ridiculous rates but we had little choice so off we went. To our great surprise the lady at reception tells us that were in fact booked in the hotel for 2 nights. Who are we to argue? We got back to our room, which was as we had left it (it was around 7.30am after all), re-settled ourselves before ordering a cab to head in to town.
We make our way to a plaza in town. It's 9am on Sunday morning and the shops don't open till 10am so we ...
... and sauce I had brought, the left over ribs, bread and the last of the birthday cake from Ellie! Not bad, and we did not go out for a change. Still cold and windy and overcast.
Sept 25th-Wed- We were up at 7 and by 10:30 on our way back home—we had a hike we had wanted to do but just too cold. As we neared the Mass border the sun came out! It was still in the very low 70s but felt good. Took our stuff to the condo, then ...
... to stay another three days after the Trafalgar tour. It has an old world charm about it, and doesn't seem as much in a hurry or in your face as New York, which much as I loved the excitement, glamour and sights last visit, is unapologetically noisy, brash, dirty and relentlessly on the go. After another blog update, I eventually called it a night. That was day one in Boston. Enjoying a little lay in the next morning, since I wasn't required to check out until noon, I ...