Friend Street Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFriend Street Hostel Boston
Clean and comfortable accommodation with a great free breakfast and superb staff.
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... and told us to head down the hall and go into the last door on our left. This would have been fine and totally not scary, had he not already checked some other people's passports and let them straight back onto the bus.
We got to the room down the hall and it seemed to be the main border crossing facility. Our passports got put in a pile and we waited, as one by one all the other people from our group were told to come down to the same room as us. ...
... transformed into a giant Tetris game part of 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 got rather drunk one evening, many moons ago. Measured the length of the bridge by having one of the ...
... that we wanted to see. I had a restaurant list as long as my arm, yet we have stuck mainly to eating wherever we are at the time we’re hungry. We never got to see a baseball game (damn postseason schedule…) but we got to see behind the scenes at Fenway and got to sit in seats that most fans can only dream of sitting in.
Birmingham, England seems so far away but at least there we can walk into a bar where everybody does indeed know our ...
... We think theTour Director may be the same lady we had in the Rockies in 2004. Will check this out tomorrow. Janice if you're reading this, can you remember the name: Joyce Ambrose?
Have just had dinner at M J O'Connor's Irish Pub and now ready for bed. Breakfast is at 7am in the morning and the tour will depart at 7:50am for Bar Harbor. Night ...
... foreign streets of Shanghai. Sometimes, I'm nostalgic for the street vendor who knew my daily fruit order (pomegranates), the server at the restaurant who delivered my eggs and toast without fail, the friendly man with the white gloves who waved at me each morning when I ran past him on the Bund. But I realized that I was nostalgic for these things because they represented the few interactions I had each day in these massive cities (outside of ...