The Fitzhugh-Beers House
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... and Damien discovered all amenities offered for this flight. Soleil took the movie menu, while Damien sought out the child entertainment,with the hopes of video game capabilities as he had been lead to believe.
Soleil took to two movies while Damien opted for his 3DS, but soon enough, everything got put away as dinner was to be served. Dad had covered the bases and had ensured they had a kids' meal, but this looked no better than a ...
One year ago, I was privileged to travel to Poland and Israel and to see with my own eyes the amazing Jewish story of the past 70 years - the miracle of the Jewish world going from "shibbud l'geulah" - from bondage to redemption- in our own time.
As I sat in shul during Yom Kippur I was amazed how many of our ancient national prayers were answered. Our plea, “V’korev pizureinu mibeyn hagoyim” – and our dispersed ...
Writing this at 8am, 15th September 2014, Hilton Doubletree, Boston, Massachussets, USA.
As long as I can remember, I have wanted to travel around the world. For years I have obsessed over travel books planning where I would go if I ever had the chance. Inspired by stories from my Uncle Tony, Uncle Colin and Auntie Lexie, I have dreamt of seeing what life is all about in other countries and cultures. I am naturally drawn to people who ...
When we last visited Boston it was 22 years ago, without children, in 1992. A lot has changed since then especially around the Harbour area. Beantown has grown in terms of tall buildings, transport and the amount of tourists.
We went in on the train again, even through we now have the Beast, as it was easier to get around without it. The train took straight to the Aquarium and the Harbour area where James wanted to go.
... to downtown Boston (about 20minutes). In downtown there is a lot of bars which were all packed with people watching the baseball. By this stage we were all starving and tired so we took the first restaurant we could find - Hard Rock. Mum and Dad had never been so it was a good first experience for them.
By the time we'd finished dinner it was quite late and noone could be bothered walking so we grabbed a cab back to Charlestown.
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