We were probably about 2 miles apart there. Hyatt is a perfect bathroom pitstop if you park behind it on Vassar. I think I was parked at the last pullover before Longfellow Bridge for those above pics. From where you were, you should have turned around and hauled ass to the BU Bridge!^^ I'll see your Mem Drive photo and raise you
Vassar is good because it becomes free after 6. Memorial is good because both sides are free, and the boathouse areas are free as of 5:31 (half hour parking until 6, then infinite).Oh dang, I could really stand to learn where the key bathroom pitstops are around Boston. I usually will drop into a cafe and pray they have their bathroom open, but were some times last year at the height of the insanity when I'd hold it for 4 hours plus.
And yeah, I parked at the end of Vassar where it meets up with Memorial and did a little walking in both directions but kept it short because I decided to not pay for parking lol.
That bit of the ramp is a nightmare with it being wide enough for 2 cars while technically being just one lane and with various people doing some amount of both.It isn't often that I get the privilege of being at a complete dead stop on this ramp, particularly with my camera right on the seat next to me. While I consider Avalon 6th out of 6 in the NS/Gov't Center new skyscrapers department, it always looks good from this angle.