ArtMan said: "Jessica is the type that never owns their own actions. In her post interviews, she stated everything that the house has done to her and Cody. No mention of her nasty behavior. If you watch/read the feeds, she has been sexually violating the private parts of both the men and women. Julie should have asked her about that, but they don't want to publicize anything that may make CBS look bad.
They are disgusting, immature, hateful people. I truly think there is something wrong with Cody, that is one mentally unstable young man. That both will be met with "celebrity" status makes me feel ill. (And I think it's interesting Julie told them there would be no other chance to get back in the game. I still feel as if the producers manufactured this one just to get Cody back in.
Yes, there is nothing that can be done about traffic! There is definitely a lot of variation due to that. I have to admit I usually take a 7am bus IN to NY, getting in between 11-12, and very often take the 12:15am bus home, getting in between 4 and 5. Those hours don't often have many issues with traffic, but, of course, it doesn't take much to throw a monkey into things.
Taking busses OUT of Boston is a lot easier then back. I would only suggest: Megabus, Bolt or Greyhound....although Greyhound has the most trips and had become much more reliable then the others. Returning to Boston, I suggest ONLY using Greyhound, especially with luggage, for 2 reasons: 1. the others have street pickup and Mega, in particular, is a pain to get to with luggage. You are also stuck outside regardless of the weather conditions. 2. Neither Mega or Bolt ha
I agree with the comments about the Bull & Finch (the ACTUAL bar Cheers is based on) It IS touristy, but not horribly, and how can you NOT stop in for a drink or burger?
Another easy and fun place to stop by, especially if you're a foodie, is the Boston Public Market. You can do a GREAT lunch or dinner there, but it's super casual with limited seating. (It's all local fooderies....some for shopping, some for consuming) Traveling to Boston-Some questions Jul 4
2017, 08:52:14 PM
My two go-tos are The Huntington and The ART. Neither has much going on in the summer. (Or at least in July)
You'll find the subway much easier here as it's only 5 lines, and the silver line isn't used much. Grab the app "moovit" to help navigate.