Boston Journals

Two Days in Boston

An August 2005 trip to Boston by whiterose984

Quote: Boston is a very difficult place to travel in by car. You can simply get anywhere you want by walking, the "T", or bus. Boston is a beautiful and clean city that has many attractions.
The hotel was one of the cheaper ones in Boston, costing me $155 before tax. I was satisfied with the room, though. The bedroom was big, containing a desk, two cushy chairs, a dresser, refrigerator, and microwave. There was also a decent color TV. The bathroom was older-looking and a little grimy-looking. The hotel was within walking distance to the "T" station, bars, restaraunts, and of course, Fenway Park.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on August 5, 2005

Howard Johnson Fenway Park
1271 Boylston Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
(617) 267-8300

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The food was a little pricey for my taste, since I was on a tight budget. I just got a crab cake appetizer, and it cost $13 dollars. But they gave me salad and bread with the crab cake. The crab cake was one of the best I've ever had. I had hardly any filler in it and had big chunks of crab.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 5, 2005

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26 Park Plaza
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
(617) 426-4444