A Cambridge House B & B Inn
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So how is it that I spent my whole life thinking I wanted to be like everyone else; yet found the most happiness and following my own path? I certainly made a valiant effort at first- graduated college at 21 (cum laude), moved ...
... of art and artefacts from virtually every era from ancient Rome and Egypt to Japan and China and Europe. The Villa that she designed and built in 1903 specifically to display her collection that was acquired between the late 1880s and 1924 was as incredible as the objects, and it is such a shame photos are banned.
In the afternoon Cameron and I switched from a museum where he could touch nothing to one where he could ...
Looked up this morning a Kingdom Hall close by to go to meeting and found one only 15 minute walk away. So we went and it was very encouraging. A lot of different nationalities and their Kingdom Hall was in a house. The upstairs are just meeting rooms and they made the downstairs an auditorium. Not much parking so most people walk or take subways...then walk to the Hall. In this location they have 3 languages that meet there, English, Chinese ...
... haven't already, check out Anthony Bourdain's episode on the Congo in Parts Unknown, where you can get a sense of the horror of life in the Congo under the Belgians, then Mobutu and finally the current chaos that has engulfed the country's eastern region. Rwanda was different, not the Congo Free State of King Leopold, but a more respected country that upon independence had a good economic track record and attractive investment ...
Today was the BIG day Aidan had been waiting for - baseball. And not just any game but a Red Sox verses Yankees game (think really big rivalry) at Fenway Park - the oldest baseball field in the USA. We were up and going early as we had to print off the tickets first - the printer wasn't working a the house. Easy - FedEx office - credit card - 5 minutes. All good. We had time up our sleeve as the game wasn't until 1pm so we went for a walk through ...