New York City & Boston June 2012

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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/06 08:00:04 (permalink)
Hey Walt, thats twice the Indian pudding came up now, so that has to be in the future plans............Thanks
 
joerogo Hey Joe, I check on the Salem transportation, there is a ferry that leaves every other hour for Salem, $19 round trip 45 min ride. Nice way to get there and it leaves from Long Wharf
 
 
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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/06 11:17:08 (permalink)

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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/06 11:24:27 (permalink)
Hey Chef, I knew I had a picture somewhere.
 
Boston Harbor, viewed from the Marriott.
 

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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/06 12:07:47 (permalink)
Which is your yacht Joe?
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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/06 13:06:16 (permalink)
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Hey Chef, I knew I had a picture somewhere.

Boston Harbor, viewed from the Marriott.



Nice view Joe, I like the area, it gives you close access to town while still being on the water. It gives my little one a pool, and nice access to the  Aquarium......
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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/06 15:17:41 (permalink)
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Which is your yacht Joe?

 

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Re:Traveling from Buffalo, NY to parts of New England ??????????? 2012/03/07 00:49:22 (permalink)
pnwchef, if you end up passing through Syracuse, a stop at HEID'S in Liverpool may be in order.  Great hot dogs, baked beans, a pickle on the side and a Byrne Dairy chocolate milk to wash it down.  Just about a mile or two from the NYS Thruway and right across the street from Onondaga Lake Park.  Beautiful place to just sit and take in the scenery. 

 
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Re:Traveling from Buffalo, NY to parts of New England ??????????? 2012/03/07 10:35:20 (permalink)
billyboy: Hi Billy, I'll be flying from Toronto to NYC, I only have 3 full days in the City. Wednesday is a Matinee on Broadway, then dinner after. As you can see with a few tours and a few Major attractions there isn't much time for driving. I'll be taking an express train to Boston, it's only a 3.5 hrs train ride. I will be able to show my family where I grew up, while traveling 60 MPH. With the decline of the neighborhood I lived  in Bridgeport, 60 MPH should be a safe speed.............Thanks Billy..........pnwc
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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/07 10:44:07 (permalink)
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Tony Bad
Which is your yacht Joe?




I know if I play my cards right I could get to tour Boston Harbor in this beauty. I bet the only criteria is that I bring Joe another flag and a plate of Lobster Ravioli from Rino's..........
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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/08 10:42:11 (permalink)
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Just saw this on www.Travelzoo.com
http://www.travelzoo.com/local-deals/New-York-City/Getaway/13249?utm_source=top20_us&utm_medium=email


Thanks Foodbme, I booked a hotel a few days ago, june starts getting busy in NYC so I didn't want to long to book....Thanks again.............Bill
 
I tried looking at bidding on priceline, I don't like it that you just bid on a 2-3-4-5 star hotel and then whatever star start that accepts the bid is it. I like picking my own hotel, I don't know why they can't let you bid on a Particular Hotel...
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Re:New York City & Boston June 2012 2012/03/08 20:33:11 (permalink)
I haven't read all the responceses but email me at tiltworth@gmail.com I may have a few ideas for the Boston area for your family. great time of year to vist with much to do for FREE. Chow Jim 
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