|Zorro wrote: |
|I stayed in Beacon hill in Boston for 3 months a couple of years ago, it's a brilliant place to stay. |
There is a brilliant little restaurant called Paramount (the food is lovely)on Charles St, beacon hill.
Go for a drink or lunch in the Pru tower, just for the view alone. It's on the 52nd floor and you can see right over the Hudson.
Provincetown in cape cod, amazing village :) Really quirky little place with a litle beach and loads of ridiculously named gay shops. I went into a hotel bar here and the receptionist was a 70 year old man in a pair of suspenders and a corset with 6" heels! It was so funny. We took the boat there and the catamaran back, it was so fast on the way back that i couldn't stand up without being blown down.
New York is just amazing! I stayed in the Radisson on Lexington Avenue and it was really brilliant for everywhere, i walked to most places. there is so much to do here that it's really a personal choice thing and how much time you have.
ooh good tips! We're staying in a motel-resort type place not far from Provincetown, called Top Mast. Have downplayed the gay-lesbian scene to the boy G, oh how I'd laugh if we came across the elderly tranny! Really looking forward to Boston, I have my eye on an apartment inbetween Beacon Hill and Back Bay area. Saving like a wee demon so we can live like Grom for a fortnight (or like kings, at the very least)