Yankee Clipper Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... The President Hotel. We have a HUGE room on the top floor, but no windows, only 2 skylights. If I stand on the top of the back of a chair I can just barely see the city. Later we met for the tour. We visited the labyrinth of the 4th century Diocletian’s Palace. What a fantastic place, and unimaginable that anything that size was completed in only 10 years. Dinner was outside near the palace and again good. We have had fantastic meals everywhere. We ...
... sup>-Friday- Today was nice out so off to Revere Beach. 9 of the ‘gang’ were there and enjoyed talking. Phil swam 2 times and later we walked part of the beach, but on the sidewalk. Later to the bank and looked in at Italia but too crowded so into Stoneham to Bacci’s. I had a small bowl of Spaghetti and Phil had a large one with 2 meatballs. Very good s
August 30th Saturday-A late start on the day and not sure what we will ...
... we lost! It was a very heated meeting and many people in audience went to the mics and with emotion said the piece written on their paper. This went on for at least an hour and then we all went out into the street-I think we gained a few hundred people at that time too-and we all marched to the harbor-about 5 blocks away –looking like an angry and noisy, and cold, mob of people. The streets were blocked off and I wonder what pedestrians and vehicles ...
... to the Isabella Gardiner Museum – a cold walk but only about ½ mile and I was bundled up good. Our purpose was to see the painting ‘Europa’ by Titian, but we also spent time there seeing the rest of the second floor. This is one of my favorite museums. It is basically a castle that Isabella lived in while collecting art from Europe-it has a courtyard that I love to view and would like to live there!! Then walked back to the Y and found Saul, but ...
... beneath the top layer of "land" that Maeve and I are perched on. Very clever and educational (we even learn on summer holidays!!). Speaking of that, there was a kid wearing a shirt today that had a brain on it, with a sign across it labelled "closed for the summer! Ha!
We spent some time at the memorial to the men and women killed in the trials, which for me, was ...