Showing posts from July, 2019

Dream Downtown Hotel NYC

Rating: 4.0 out of 5 Website: Feedback: Hip Hotel in the meatpacking district.  Rooms are quite good and new. Fancy and Hip. Cons: They have a fridge where I can't put anything since they are all stocked with bottles and I can't take them away, since they will get automatically charged if I do so. Didn't find a lotion  No Bath Tub for the common hotel room I requested for some ice and I need to PAY $5 for a bucket of ice!!!! Really Crowded since people come here to party!

Omni Parker House Boston

Oldest of Boston’s elegant inns and the longest continuously operating hotel in the United States Website: Address: Rating: 2 out of 5 Feedback: Location: Very good location! Close to Park Street and Downtown Crossing Station. Along the Freedom Trail Rooms Pretty Bad, Really old and small Toilet was when it is open, it blocks the toilet bowl Tub wasn't that clean Doesn't have a fridge :( Hotel Looks kinda grand from the lobby but really old Historic When you go for Free Walking Tours, they'll talk about how historic this place is. How JFK has thrown parties here and important people have stayed here. Deluxe King Room Paid almost ~$390 per night (including taxes etc)

Boston Itinerary

Cheers Pub (If you love the Cheers series) Chinatown Northend Mamma Maria Italian Fine Dining. I tried their Osso bucco and it just melts in your mouth.  Their lobster Agnolotti Pasta was really good too, real lobster Mike's Pastry There are three branches  Assembly Row, Harvard Sq, and North End. But the original is at North End.  There has been a competition between Mike's and Modern Pastry for who has the best cannoli, but you should try both. Other than cannolis, seems like their profiteroles and lobster tail are also popular. Modern Bakery They are know for Cannolis and always has a long line. Try to get one, and if you are too full, they have minis too :) Chinatown The Original Cheers pub