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Pirate Crawl Check In Info

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Hello Pirate Crawl Participants,

Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday. If you have friends still looking to join, we still have a few spaces left.

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Your ticket will get you entry into the bars, Admission onto Boat Cruise, Pirate Flag, Koozie, Temporary Pirate Tattoo, Coaster, Limbo Contest and Photo Booth.

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Don’t miss out. Arrgggghhhhh!

We have a few points of order to help make the day as smooth as possible:

Check In takes place at the following:

11:15 – 12:15 – Warehouse – 40 Broad Street

The Warehouse is providing 20% off brunch from 11:00 – 12:00 for anyone signed up for the crawl.

12:30 – 1:00 – Freedom Boat at 60 Rowes Wharf – GATE C

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You will need to bring either a printed Eventbrite ticket or show the app on your phone. If you don’t have a paper ticket or the phone app, you can use your ID to pick up your ticket. Please be ready when you get to the top of the line. We’ll be checking in hundreds of crawlers and nobody wants to be stuck behind the person who doesn’t have any of their stuff ready. Only the ticket buyer needs to be present. If multiple tickets were bought, you’ll get all your goodies at once and you can pass on the extras to your friends.

Boarding is 12:30 – 1:00 sharp. The boat leaves at 1:00. The company has their own schedule so we can’t hold back for anything. We leave then. No exceptions. Don’t be late. Allow yourself extra time to arrive. 

Bar schedule:

We have bars in the Faneuil Hall/Financial District area planned. There is another big crawl from another group that day and we’re planning to visit places not associated with their schedule.

You will receive the entire schedule when you register. All the bars will be in the Faneuil Hall and Financial District areas. We are not releasing the schedule prior to the crawl, as we want to keep this event as exclusive as possible for your own comfort. Please note, the bars have the right to refuse entry to anyone due to bar capacity or personal incapacity. Also, you will need to show a valid license or ID to gain entry to each of the bars AND the boat. This is their policy. We have no say in this.

CASH IS KING

I know that bringing your card might be easy. But when tons of people are trying to order drinks, it takes a lot more time to open and close a tab than to pay with cash. Plus you’d be surprised about how many people forget to close their tabs at the end of the night and leave for home without their credit cards. There are multiple ATMs around Faneuil Hall…check one out. Also, remember to tip your bartenders!

Remember to drink responsibly and use public transportation.  Don’t drink and drive!

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Have a great time on Saturday! We’re looking forward to seeing those outfits

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10 days to go. Koozies have arrived. And Social Softball begins soon.

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14917693249_4985ce87d3_o10 days to go. The koozies have arrived. Included with much more for the Pirate Crawl / Boston Harbor Cruise on June 16th. Last call tickets are available. Learn much more at pirate18.eventbrite.com

Social Softball is coming back to Saturday Afternoons! This will be a 14″ softball league. A 14″ ball is a little larger than a typical softball which makes them easier to hit but harder to hit out of the park!

This is a one of a kind experience where you’ll never strike out making friends. Sign up as an individual or full team. We’ll group you with peers in your age group to offer a one-of-a-kind social experience where you’ll never strike out making friends. Learn more here.

Cheers! -C.I.B.

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We’re down to our Last Call Tickets

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Thanks everyone. Our regular tickets sold out last evening. We’re now down to our Last Call Tickets. We’re so very excited to be partying with you next weekend.

Still not sure? A picture tells a thousand words and we’ve got hundreds of those.

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So get your Pirate outfit together and come join us as we Crawl In Boston.

2 Weeks from Saturday. Tickets getting scarce.

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Where does the time go? It’s almost June. And the Pirate Crawl / Party Cruise is around the corner. Only 2 weeks from Saturday. There’s only so much room on the boat so once tickets are gone, they’re gone. We expect to run out of our regular tickets on Sunday or Monday. Save some cash and buy soon. Prices will increase with our Last Call Tickets.

Still not sure? A picture tells a thousand words and we’ve got hundreds of those.

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So get your Pirate outfit together and come join us as we Crawl In Boston.

Burnin’ by Ray pop up

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We certainly know how to party of Crawl in Boston, but we also believe in moderation, so we also do some healthy things too!  We recently went to the Burnin’ by Ray popup in the Seaport.  The classes are a mix of  weights and motor-less cardio.  You switch between stations and do 40 seconds of cardio, 20 seconds of rest (or really, to get to the weights) and 40 seconds of a weight exercise.  You do each of these stations four times before moving to the next cardio machine/move, for twelve rounds. You can go at your own pace, but the instructors are there to motivate you and help with your form on the weighted moves.  In the popup, they have treadmills, air bikes, and ski machines for cardio, but the original location in Belmont has lots of different kinds of machines.

They are offering four free classes at the popup, ahead of the actual studio space opening in August. The pop up space is a little bare bones for now, but it’s still a great way to try out the workout. We recommend checking it out!

 

 

 

 

One Month Until the Pirate Crawl

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One month to go. Prepare to be boarded! Please join us on June 16th for the 10th Annual Pirate themed bar crawl and Boston Harbor cruise.

We’re currently at about 70% sold. Once our tickets are gone, we won’t have any more (only so much room on the boat). So please sign up soon.

Still not sure? A picture tells a thousand words and we’ve got hundreds of those.

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So get your Pirate outfit together and come join us as we Crawl In Boston.

Crawl In Amsterdam

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In January, we took advantage of cheap flight prices to check out some cities in Europe.  Here’s our roundup of places to check out when in Amsterdam.

We did a 48 hour hop on/hop off tour, which included both bus and boat.  This was a good way to get around, but note that traffic can get BAD, so you may be sitting on the bus for awhile.  The boat seems like a more efficient way to get around, and the canals are fun to tour.  Bikes are obviously huge in Amsterdam and you can rent them, but we opted not to. Be careful when you’re walking, bike lines are not always clearly marked, and they don’t stop!

Stops on the HOHO tour:

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Brouwerij’T Ij: This is a brewery located in Amsterdam’s biggest windmill.  This is a really cool place to visit, as it combines cool history and architecture with really great beers!  From here, you can take a quick walk to Dapper Markt, which is a fun outdoor market with food an clothing.  Don’t miss the pancakes!  Another fun stop is the Vondelpark, where the famous Amsterdam sign is.  Did you even really go to Amsterdam if you don’t ‘gram yourself in front of this sign?

One of the stops on the tour was Gassan Diamonds.  Here is a free tour of the diamond factory that the tour guides push hard.  We were about to get off the tour and check it out, but luckily we talked to some people who did the tour. It’s apparently a BIG sales pitch, and not worth your time, unless you’re in the market for diamonds.  Don’t bother.

Another stop is the Anne Frank House.  A big tip, if you want to tour the house, get your tickets as soon as you book your trip.  We tried to get our tickets a few weeks before and it was already sold out.  We got to see the outside, but plan ahead if you want to go in.

Here’s a rundown of our favorite cocktail bars.  We were lucky to meet a friendly bartender at the first stop who gave us a great recommendation list.

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The Tailor: This is a fairly new hotel bar.  The bartenders were great and the drinks were good.  Not as inventive as some of the places further down the list, but we never would have found those places without the help of the bartender here.

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House Bar: This is another hotel bar, but it doesn’t feel like it.  The drinks here are crazy inventive.  Each page is themed on Amsterdam history and how the cocktails are inspired by it. One of the drinks we had here came topped with an “oyster” with a white chocolate pearl filled with lychee syrup, which complimented the drink.  Very unique!

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Porem:  Another interesting cocktail bar.  It’s hard to find from the outside.  The drink list was smaller but the staff was so nice and friendly.  The host was excited to talk about Boston once he found out that was where we were from.  He was asking us about Drink, even though he’s never been.

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Tales and Spirits: GO EARLY.  This place fills up fast and has some of the most innovative cocktails I’ve seen.  One of our drinks was chocolate inspired and came in a chocolate box.  Another was a flaming cocktail that was so fun and delicious.  Don’t miss this place.

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Flying Dutchmen: When we were there, this place had only been open a few weeks.  Another place where the staff was SO nice and friendly.  We were the first ones in, so we had a great conversation with the owner and bartender who made us feel at home.  They let us behind the bar for a picture when we left, and made a call to get us into Tales and Spirits.  Their cocktails are also story related, and well made.

We did eat occasionally, and here are our favorites:

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Cannibale Royale:  This was our favorite dinner. Don’t let the name scare you! This place is known for its steaks and burgers.  It gets crowded too, so try to make a reservation.  We were lucky to get seats at the bar.

Greenwoods:  This is a tiny café (they have an ample outdoor patio, but it wasn’t opened in January when we were there) with a line.  It was worth the wait.  They specialize in English breakfasts and it was delicious. Good coffee and tea options to start a day of sightseeing.

Restaurant Lucius: This was a nice seafood restaurant.  They have a 2 or 3 course dinner option, or you can order a la carte.  The food was fresh and well prepared.

All in all, Amsterdam was a great city to visit.  It was beautiful, and the people there are so kind. One of the best parts of the trip was just talking to people.  They loved to tell us about their city, but also seemed equally interested in us and our travels.

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