Friend Street Hostel
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Nathaliezheng stayed here on May 5, 2013 during their trip titled: Nathalie's adventure on exchange in Canada.
I've got a big trouble from the beginning. I lost my backpack. I realised that when I got off the bus to Boston and looked for it before the boot. My backpack was missing. I immediately reported it to the driver and a Greyhound counter staff member, but they couldn't find it. I was upset. In addition to my DSLR camera and portable DVD player, there …
It's been great being back "home" in the States. I've missed the Walgreens and CVS's, the insane amounts of food being served, the politeness and friendliness of the people and the cheap sneakers. The dollar being so high just makes it a sweeter deal.
After arriving from Lima, Peru, I celebrated my arrival back into civilisation …
... some tips on where to go and things we might like to see, very friendly. So we went for a walk into downtown Boston. A interesting and very historically based city. Whenever we stopped to check our guide map and get our bearings, someone would come up and ask if we needed any help... we felt very welcome.
After about 2 hours of sightseeing, jet lag hit and our bodies began to wilt. We finished the circuit back at the Westin and crashed ...
... times spent with you buddy, it was a pleasure. Soak up your last couple weeks of United States adventures and keep off the cheese pizzas, Champ.
Onwards to Los Angeles. I’m now in a metal tube weighing a few thousand tonnes, soaring several kilometers above the earth sharing this space with a couple hundred other individuals running the hedonic treadmill. The fixation on Ironman 3 is apparently too much. It’s rather a strange reality this one.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Clean and comfortable accommodation with a great free breakfast and superb staff.
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