If the crisp air alone doesn’t take your breath away, then the visual stimulation of the city sites sure will. Boston is a beautiful city with a wide range of attractions. I would be remiss if I didn’t start by describing the most beautiful site of all, the Public Garden. In the heart of the city you will find an amazing garden. If you follow along the path you will come across beds of tulips, a wide variety of towering trees, and fresh green lawns.
Our hotel, The Courtyard Marriott, was located in the Theater District of Boston. The Wang Theater, directly across the street, was in plain sight from the view of my window. Within a few blocks was Chinatown, which was full of culture and amazing places to eat.
My favorite and most exciting adventure on this trip was taking “The T”, Boston’s underground train, to Fenway Park. Whether you’re a baseball fan or not, Fenway Park is a really exciting attraction to see. It opened in 1912, is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium still in use, and is the home of the Boston Red Sox.
During the weekend I never had to worry about going hungry because Hospital Procedures Consultants always choose hotels who cater to everyones pallets, simple or eclectic. Breakfast, snacks, beverages, and lunch were delicious and plentiful.
Boston is an amazing city and I cannot wait to visit again soon. Leaving Boston was bittersweet. It was difficult to leave but I am eager to travel to the future destinations Hospital Procedures Consultants has chosen.