Bunker Hill Bed and Breakfast
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... on that the waiters gave them. Each had funny somewhat mean sayings on them. This was apparently because they are *****. Get it? We thought it was weird but funny.
The people were pretty nice and friendly overall and we had a great time today. We're saying goodbye to Boston in the morning and heading to Cape Cod. Looking forward to spending the 4th of July in the States. A first for all of us.
... and Lisa Gelfand.
I have realized that food, while nourishing our bodies also nourishes our souls and the opportunity to share a meal with someone is quite special. The time around the table enables us to focus on the people with home we are sharing our meal and is a wonderful means of catching up with old friends. Thanks to Lisa Gelfand Abrams, who ...
... Adams Brewery Tour on the agenda. From here on in, things get a little hazy!
Directions to the brewery can be found on little business card sized flyers located in racks all over the city. A quick trip on the T, a 5 minute walk, and we were on the 2:20pm tour. They only ask for $2 donation, 100% of which goes to local charities. Our tour guide Brett was great and having established that most of the group had visited a brewery before, went ...
... being locals while we are here. First stop is to pick up locally produced salami, prosciutto, and cheese for a fortifying snack. Despite the amazingly huge and vibrant lemons spotting the trees, the wind howls off the bay of Naples, and I begin to miss the heavy winter coat I left behind. Vesuvius, in the distance, stands behind a bay battered by white caps, and we wonder whether the anticipated trip to Capri ...
... up for treatment as part of my day. No matter what symptoms I might have, is dealing with it much different than dealing with my cranky knee which is spent from years of skiing? By not letting anyone treat me as ill, I mostly don't feel ill. The NYT's article puts what my practice does for me into words. I think that the well meaning actions and reactions of our loved ones to diagnoses of major illnesses like Alzheimer's or cancer can exacerbate illness by treating us ...