Friday, April 9, 2010

I'm Heading Over to Bean Town

Hey there. I got word from my boss that I am heading over to Boston for a credit conference. Just last month, he sent me to Phoenix to attend the meeting there. The hotel in Phoenix was in an awesome location with a beautiful view. I've never been to Boston so I'm curious as to how the scenery is there. The trip is not happening until May so there's plenty of time to check out the city and see if there is anything to do while there. During my trip to Phoenix, I was literally stuck on a cliff. The hotel was built on the side of a mountain and I couldn't walk anywhere and was regulated to roaming the property. For dinner, I literally had to climb the mountain to reach the restaurant where the group scheduled dinner. Considering that it was part of the resort I didn't think it would going to be a long climb. lol

As for Boston, I believe the hotel (Nine Zero Something, I think) will be located in Downtown Boston so I'll have the opportunity to roam around the city and check it out. I've asked for suggestions and the only thing I've gotten back is to check out the pubs. Other than that, what else is there to do in Boston, MA? Until I figure it out... Later.

4 comments:

You can go see my husband's daughter Hahaha.

I've only drove through there. My husband is avoiding Boston mainly because of the daughter, more the daughter's mom. It's a whole big mess. Oh wait I went to a bar there and a restaurant. Don't remember anything about it though.

I'll see if I come across anything interesting. I'll let you know. Boston seems like a great city to just walk around in.

If it is at possible, make sure you make it down to the harbor downtown, and take your camera. A tour of the U.S.S. Constitution will be something that you will want to take pictures of for your family. Also, there is a huge indoor aquarium down there, and just the view of the bay itself is something to behold. Bunker Hill, the witch trial Museum in Salem and John Adams home in Quincy are also sights worth seeing if you can. Furthermore, if you like lobster, you should not have much trouble finding a few places that you will fall in love with.

goodluck for your conference. and post some beautiful spot there in boston..

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