Morgan's Rest Bed & Breakfast
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Busy day today at Alimed. Great to meet with a large number of the team. Very excited with new products and marketing.....I can see there will be a lot to do at home after today's visit!!!! Early flight to Chicago tomorrow, hopefully disruption at o'hare will be sorted by the morning , fingers ...
... Concord. A beautiful tree lined walk. LJ
It was really neat to stand where the Revolutionary war started and to see a statue of Capt. Parker who led the Colonists at Lexington. After we stopped there and went to Minuteman Park. After this we saw a really cool electronic map that show where the troops were as the battle progressed. Last we walked a path where the battle ...
... I guess the US is too big to follow your team around.
4. Ruth loved the ice cream and the foam finger and took a huge interest in how much all of them earned- published in the brochure. She also thought they could have had nicer photos for the score board when they were pitching/ hitting.
Left Fenway pronto, collected car and drove to Cape Cod. House lovely. Wandered down to the beach at nightfall to watch fireworks over the bay. Lovely and warm.
... yet contained. Fabulous international program and an excellent school for the science and engineering minded student. If you want to travel abroad then you can! Yes, you can join a coop or pursue a semester abroad to 80+ countries from around the world. The 4 pillar system is at the heart of the program. Students must complete at least one pillar to graduate. Service learning, international relations, research and work study make Northeastern interactive and hands ...
... airport. While at BZE airport, I met up with a couple from our hotel and we sat down, had a beer, took advantage of the duty free shops, and then headed to the US on our respective flights. Once in Atlanta, I realized my precious cardigan that I would need in Boston was not with me. For the first time, I forgot something on a plane. I went back to the gate and learned the plane was en route ...