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USA Radio
June 8, 2014

Hitting the New England Coast


We arrived in Boston, Massachusetts, the first stop on our New England Coast Road Trip!

After a short and relaxing flight, we landed in Boston’s Logan Airport and anxiously awaited the arrival of our Canadian friends via Air Canada. It was the obvious airline choice for their trip to the United States as it offers the most non-stop service from Canada to the U.S. and has great in-flight entertainment according to the Canadian team! 

Since our road trip hadn’t officially kicked off, we had some free time to get acquainted with the city and each other. We walked around the bustling streets taking in the sights and sampled some delicious fare before heading back to our amazing accommodations, the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. We’re definitely spending our first night in Boston in style at this historic hotel. The breathtaking decor, gorgeous views and warm hospitality had us feeling right at home.

The small taste of Boston we got today was nowhere near enough. We’re so excited to see what else this grand city has in store for us!

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