Green Turtle Floating Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... couple of parks, saw the eternal flame, and played with a really cool interactive piece of art based on the Chinook wind. We also went inside the Plus15 which is a walkway 15 ft up that links the downtown area so people can get around without going outside… trust me they need it. The bit that we went in was full of painted cows! It was great. I’ll only put a couple of pictures on because I have sooo many pictures of painted cows!
The next day was ...
... colors green and orange, keeps a running list on yellow post-its of just about anything (including all of the restaurants we want to try) and is a fiercely loyal friend.
3). Jess, who is our in-house rocket scientist (no....really) and professor and Associate Dean at Olin College of Engineering I met.....hmmmm....how long have Paul and Nicole been married?.......I would say approximately 14-15 years ago at our dear ...
was my 'on the road' again moment. It took me back to the backpacking
days of chatting to everyone you meet and learning as much as possible about
where you are.
Wearily we arrived at our hotel at
about 10:30pm. Freshened up and headed out in search of dinner.
The architecture in Downtown Boston
reminds me of London a bit. The streets were empty at that time of ...
Tuesday we left our hotel in Portsmouth and parked Downtown to have a wander around the waterfront, then headed down the coast road through some beautiful areas at Rye Beach, then some ghastly over-developed and over built areas of thousands of empty seaside apartments at Hampton Beach. Travelled through Beverley (lots of comments there ...
... longer for the colony to even approach break even and for the colonists to gain a portion of land they expected. The role players were excellent as they were down on the Mayflower II that we visited later in the day. The replica was sailed from Plymouth in the UK in 1957. Brilliant. Again players in role a well as guides. The original trip had actually sailed in two ships from Southampton but the Speedwell had turned back to Plymouth after 300 miles when deemed not seaworthy for ...