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... catch you up on what I've been up to. In Boston on May 9 I went to the a Survivorship workshop for Gynecological Cancer Patients @the Farber. DF physicians presented the latest research, treatments and trials on these cancers, and a panel of survivors shared inspiring stories. The research presentations about DNA gene tumor studies and clinical trials and targeted and immuno therapies were very technical. I'm fairly informed ...
... off to visit the Old South Meeting House (which was the site of the historic pre-Tea Party meeting), a local fruit & veg street market and do some window shopping. I went off to walk the second half of the Freedom Trail which covers Bostons key revolutionary sites. On the way I visited Old North Church where the signal was sent to Paul Revere to set out on his famous midnight gallop to Lexington, then Copp's Hill burial ground, then USS Constitution ...
... kids, but a couple had some very strong opinions and I enjoyed the commercials, half time show, and people's yelling during the last 5 minutes. It was a great game! After it was done, we walked around campus to get food and there was some serious police presence. We thought they were using some Northeastern streets for a staging area in case they were needed close by, but it was SWAT type stuff that was parked over there. It was kind of scary to walk by. Thankfully, I don't think ...
... to be at train station by 5am to take an 11 hour train ride back to Virginia with 2 teenagers and we were not prepared for it. So they were bored! And lets not forget my car is still at the airport I got someone to pick us up and take me to my car on the other side of the city. All in All it was a short but fun trip. The hotel was great the city of Boston was great as usual and the 2 girls were great. ...
... down! After that brief interlude and having drugged
myself up on a variety of painkillers and anti-nausea medication we carried on
Slept most of the second flight, watched Finding Nemo,
queued for ages to get through passport control, all of us amazed and in awe of
the colour coded line system they have at Boston. So easy to navigate, Gatwick
could learn a thing or two from them!
We got through security ...
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