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Our flight from Jacksonville, Florida to Boston was an uneventful 2 hours. We caught a cab at the airport to the Four Seasons. Cost was about $25 plus tip. Room was ready so we checked in, dropped off our bags, then took off to explore by foot the Freedom Trail. Stopped at Quincy Market for some lobster rolls. Hotel is beautiful and across the street from Boston Common. On Friday and Saturday’s the hotel has a happy hour from 4-6 pm that includes appetizers, popcorn, candy, a speciality cocktail, beer and wine. We could very easily tell that many of our cruise mates were present. We were given a packet at checkin that included baggage tags, name tags on lanyards, embarkation number (we are in the third group), a medical form to fill out, and a schedule of what will happen tomorrow. Breakfast, checking vaccine cards, and covid testing will fill the morning until our scheduled time to depart. Lunch will be served beginning at 12 noon. Is the hotel worth $400 per person, not sure, however we are enjoying the luxury and ease of getting to the ship tomorrow after a city driving tour. 





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