Oh Yes, Mass Ave is just a step away. You could eat in a cheap restaurant
each day of the year and still have some you haven't tried.
It's gorgeous and snowy and white; not as much up here as Kathy has. Boston
streets and side walks will be mushy and wet. Bring appropriate foot gear
and changes of socks. Boston also has wind, like a lot of other cities.
Even walking aarounf talking pictures and note for you on days in the high
30's we needed a wind breaker.
I wish the Yahoo groups had worked; you could have seen our beautiful city.
Fountain Street Studios
From: TwoDucks@aol.com [mailto:TwoDucks@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 7:44 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Ideas for cheap eats in Boston ??
In a message dated 3/1/05 7:34:14 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Anyone living in or near Boston that can give us some ideas for
cheap eats in Boston ??I am paying for all the expenses myself... so any way
I can save money would be appreciated.
I am only packing a carry on bag , due to USAIR baggage problems.
do bring warm clothing: it is supposed to be very cold and windy, although
the snow should have ended by then!!!! (I now have over a foot on the south
shore of boston) There are lots of little restaurants up and down the
streets near the conference, some of them very reasonable. Boston is a
great adventure. I bet Leslie on this list knows some actual restaurant
names. There is also a Stop n Shop supermarket right in the Prudential
Center attached to the Hynes Convention Center; I bet they have some good
take away food too...hope you enjoy this lovely city!
kathy douglas ---