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    Quote Originally Posted by oGaKirA View Post
    Nah seriously, what's to do there besides the rodeo?
    what? O_o are you thinking houston or austin or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyT View Post
    I would like the privacy of my own room as well. But we should definitely stay in the same hotel. So can PJ or one of our lovely hostess please recommend a nice hotel to stay in... preferrably with a very nice pool too.

    Once we decide on where the stay, I'm sure the rest will fall into place.
    if you guys get all your plans together, i could TRY to get you guys a cheap room at that marriott by the harbor that pj likes. or, there's some other lovely hotels by the harbor ....none of them cheap.

    you guys should all just crash on sugar's floor. she has plenty of "interesting" reading material for all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pemberly View Post
    what? O_o are you thinking houston or austin or something?
    YOu still didn't answer my question. "What is there to do in Boston?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by oGaKirA View Post
    YOu still didn't answer my question. "What is there to do in Boston?"
    I posted a link to a to-do guide in the opening of this topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pemberly View Post
    if you guys get all your plans together, i could TRY to get you guys a cheap room at that marriott by the harbor that pj likes.
    That would be fabulous. That is THE place to be. I would be up for it. How cheap can you get me a room for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oGaKirA View Post
    So err...what's there to do in Boston?

    I mean the only time I've heard of Boston was in the history books..."Boston Tea Party." LOL NO offense but errr...if I had to choose a coast I'd choose the West. "Wessiiiieeeee"

    Nah seriously, what's to do there besides the rodeo?
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    plftttttttttt, all westerners like to diss the East. GO figure
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sugar View Post
    Motel 6
    Ok. I vote Sugar off the Coordinator Committee.

    Quote Originally Posted by pemberly View Post
    if you guys get all your plans together, i could TRY to get you guys a cheap room at that marriott by the harbor that pj likes. or, there's some other lovely hotels by the harbor ....none of them cheap.

    you guys should all just crash on sugar's floor. she has plenty of "interesting" reading material for all.
    And nominate pemberly as Chairman! So, the harbor sounds nice. What's the price range we're looking at for a room in that area?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyT View Post
    Ok. I vote Sugar off the Coordinator Committee.
    ?

    plftt, u guys wanted cheap. Tough crowd.


    on that note, I am only good when it comes to wrestling for food... everything else is Pembie
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    Intriguing. How cheap is cheap?
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    Well, according to my company's travel guide, Boston is one of the 4 most expensive cities in the US (the other 3 being NYC, San Fran, and Washington DC). Decent hotels start at $200. For the Marriott at Long Wharf, I would guess that it normally costs $250 to $300.

    If pemb can cut us a deal at around $50, I would ..... __________
    (fill in the blank)
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    Holy flying crap! That's expensive! Aren't there hostels in Boston?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ View Post
    Well, according to my company's travel guide, Boston is one of the 4 most expensive cities in the US (the other 3 being NYC, San Fran, and Washington DC). Decent hotels start at $200. For the Marriott at Long Wharf, I would guess that it normally costs $250 to $300.

    If pemb can cut us a deal at around $50, I would ..... __________
    (fill in the blank)
    At that price, I'd need to share my room with 3-4 people for me to afford my trip.
    I have a feeling I'll be wasting a lot of money in Vegas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyT View Post
    Holy flying crap! That's expensive! Aren't there hostels in Boston?
    Motel 6 looking better and better, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyT View Post
    Aren't there hostels in Boston?
    Hostels and privacy don't mix.
    The cost of a bed in a major city hostel won't be much less than 1/3 of a much nicer hotel room.
    If you want to do hostel, might as well share a hotel room.
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    I didn't think hotel would cost so much. Sooo.. screw privacy, who wants to save some money and share a room? I'm gonna have to search out alternative solution. Maybe my friend will let me stay in his dorm rooom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyT View Post
    I didn't think hotel would cost so much. Sooo.. screw privacy, who wants to save some money and share a room? I'm gonna have to search out alternative solution. Maybe my friend will let me stay in his dorm rooom.
    I'll share a room with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ View Post
    I posted a link to a to-do guide in the opening of this topic.
    Thanks bro. I was hoping the Bostonians can give us some feedback other then the generic tourist attractions. More like:
    Any karaoke spots?
    How's the asian population?
    "The First Strip joint?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky View Post
    Have fun guys

    But I just have to say that New York is so much better!!! New York has more Starbuckses (of course I think there's no city that beats NY in that category), awesome Jewish stuff (like bagels), and the only MAX BRENNER'S in North America!
    haha. why not do both? NYC is only about 4 hrs away from Boston..and tickets are only $15 one way by bus.
    That sounds SCARY. I went with a friend once to a gay club (I swear I'm straight...it wasn't my pick) and holy crap my innocent eyes were not prepared to see some of those THINGS you see. I mean those THINGS are ugly enough as it is, but when those THINGS are doing certain THINGS...

    Wait are you guys seriously sharing a room? Is GuGu gonna join me and bella in mama-hood soon?
    HAHA. i remember my first time at a gay club. it was interesting indeed..saw about a milion drag queens getting it on with each other against the walls and on the floors and getting hit on by the lesbians

    Quote Originally Posted by oGaKirA View Post
    So err...what's there to do in Boston?

    I mean the only time I've heard of Boston was in the history books..."Boston Tea Party." LOL NO offense but errr...if I had to choose a coast I'd choose the West. "Wessiiiieeeee"

    Nah seriously, what's to do there besides the rodeo?
    ***** please. i love california and the rest of the west coast too but don't be dissing on the east coast
    hell, if there was no Boston then there would be no "West Coast" of yours

    Quote Originally Posted by oGaKirA View Post
    Thanks bro. I was hoping the Bostonians can give us some feedback other then the generic tourist attractions. More like:
    Any karaoke spots?
    How's the asian population?
    "The First Strip joint?"
    yes, we've got karaoke spots. to name a few:
    T's Pub
    Maluken ?
    Do Re Mi
    the Courtside

    asian population:
    LMAO?! ......

    strip joints:
    CENTERFOLD! right by chinatown haha
    Cabaret Lounge
    Cosmopolitan
    The Palace
    few more..

    additonal**
    nightclubs:

    roxy's
    pure
    avalon
    felt
    embassy
    venu
    aria
    gypsy bar
    rumor
    rain
    umbria
    an tua nua

    shopping centers
    Southshore
    Cambridgeside Galleria
    Copley/Prudential
    Newbury Street
    close by proximity**
    Natick Collection
    Wrentham Village

    "nothing else to do" hangout spots
    Good Times (GT)-> arcade, go-kart racing, bumper cars
    Boston Bowl (BB)-> bowling, pool

    and not only is Boston the birthplace of America but it's also the nation's ultimate college town, with over 250,000 students coming in every YEAR and over 70 colleges and universities around. WHAT'S THERE TO DO IN BOSTON?..pft
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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ View Post
    Well, according to my company's travel guide, Boston is one of the 4 most expensive cities in the US (the other 3 being NYC, San Fran, and Washington DC). Decent hotels start at $200. For the Marriott at Long Wharf, I would guess that it normally costs $250 to $300.

    If pemb can cut us a deal at around $50, I would ..... __________
    (fill in the blank)

    I can't believe Boston is more expensive than Las Vegas or LA



    ***** please. i love california and the rest of the west coast too but don't be dissing on the east coast
    hell, if there was no Boston then there would be no "West Coast" of yours

    You tell them girl. People in the west always seem to want to diss the east. Tis ok, in the end, they run over here during college



    yes, we've got karaoke spots. to name a few:
    T's Pub
    Maluken ?
    Do Re Mi
    the Courtside

    I think there is that one in chinatown, Golden Leaf. and the one behidn Northeastern U





    btw, you guys are going for HOW long? seriously, if you guys are going for a few days. there are things for you to do.... more than a month.... diff story
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    Vegas is actually reaaally cheap.
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