Stillmeadow at Hampstead
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... may even be related to Peggy’s family!!! Really enjoyed them, and they are ordering a book tonight! We will see them there again. A fun evening talking and laughing with them and another guy that used to live in AZ and had done the Christmas decorations for Sabatino’s. Home for a drink before bed.
December 22, 2014=Monday. Going to be a busy day. I finished the gift box for Saul after breakfast and we are ready to head into town. ...
... but I know we walked at least a mile-and ours was the last in the Z section!
Sept 5th-Friday - Soon on our way to Austria and arrived there at 9 am to find someone waiting to pick up and deliver us to the Linder Hotel where we will spend the next 3 nights. Had taken a while to find our luggage at the airport. We were on the 1st floor, which is really the 2nd floor. We had no electric, but someone showed us to put our room card in ...
... River, a beautiful setting and they have enhanced their wooded property to an oriental landscape with Koi pond. Left a note and hope they can get back to me before I leave. Stopped for groceries and then on home. Rudy listless and does not want to eat, just sleep. What is with the sick cats lately?? Later met Gary and Sharon at Walery’s on Edgewater for a good pizza. Phil called and his housecleaner’s mother, in Brazil, died today. Hawaii had a ...
... later off to a movie. 'Oldboy’, not bad but lots of absolute gore-maybe the story needed it but I didn’t! Home for a while and then to Melissa’s for dinner. Back home to relax. We were going to the tree lighting on the Boston Common, but just too nasty, cold, damp and foggy out! Good dinner though.
Dec 6th-Friday- Out to Somerville to try breakfast at an old diner that Phil used to love. And what a find! It is a 1929 ...
... and came down just where the parade was so watched part of it again, then on towards the North Station for the train home. As always we talked with several cops that Phil knew, and finally realized we had gone several blocks past our turn—so back, against the crowds to the correct turn and shortly were at the station. There were huge lines, some on each side of the building, depending on which train you needed. We got on the correct line and prepared to ...