The Wellesley College Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... be here two more weeks and then resume commuting for the remaining chemotherapy. Side effects have gotten very unpleasant but only intermittently so and I can see the end this part of the treatments. I don't yet have the schedule for the last 3 chemos yet. But maybe I'll be through by the end of January and start to heal. I have read that chemo and radiation actually wounds the body. Not unlike surgery wounds, I will need to heal from these treatments too. It can take 6 ...
... was a young boy a couple of rows behind us who randomly would shriek and wake up all the babies around us. Not sure what it is about Turkish Airlines and kids but man - there are a lot on their flights! The trip was pretty uneventful and we arrived in Boston on time.
We knew that re-entry would be tough after this trip. Not only did we see amazing things while being waited on "hand and foot" (as my dad would say), but we met some great people ...
... have read different books on the topic. I always wanted to hear one of these people speak in public. Well I had my chance.
Intially I had planned on an ice hockey game. But the Bruins are out of the finals, so I bought a ticket to see Mike Dooley speak. I managed to find out which train to take, bought the ticket the day before. Got on the right train and off the correct station. But what do I do???? Start walking ...
... spot in the Public Gardens for Kindle reading/squirrel chasing time. I’m going to miss this spot when we return home. The squirrels are not going to miss Mr Fletche…
With the sun setting, we head back to Hotel 140. After a holiday of packing and unpacking suitcases constantly, this time we are packing for the final time. I prise Mr Fletche away from a Spongebob Squarepants marathon to go grab some dinner. I dress for ...
... the British, a small group of the 5000 people present rushed off and dressed in questionable disguises as Mohawk Native Americans, ran down to the harbour, and boarded the British ships there. They easily overcame the merchant sailors and got hold of the tea cargo. England's British East Indian Company had the absolute monopoly on tea sales in America, which meant they could hike up the taxes whenever they wanted. That night, December 16, 1773, over 92 000 pounds of tea ...