La Quinta Inn Auburn Worcester
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... solid and snow was forecast that night. We went back to their house via the hospital. They live in a very pretty town called Dover in a lovely house on give acres of woodland. We had pizza in front of their wood fire with Diana who had come back with Abby.They have a beautiful dog called Lola, a Rhodesian ridgeback. It snowed heavily that night and in the morning there was thick snow ...
... was feeling stressed all the time and not fulfilled. I think this was my third shedding of my skin as I decided to quit my job and join the PeaceCorps. I felt that my calling was to help people and I wanted to focus on giving rather than acquiring. I passed the extensive application and interview process and was accepted into the Morocco program so I gave my notice at work. Once again my diagnosis followed me and continued to place limitations on my ...
Finishing up class and preparing to fly out to Beijing from Boston at 4 AM tomorrow morning. Classes for the past two weeks at Babson have been great and definitely looking forward to spending time and traveling with such an amazing group of people! ...
... which is a chocolate cookie with mint chips. The cookie was of medium size, tasty and very minty.
The next stop on my itinerary was supposed to be South Street Seaport to get the 7:45pm NY Water Taxi Statue by Night cruise, but being dumb I had forgotten both my subway map and street map in my hotel room, so I had to go back there to get them or I’d be wandering around aimlessly. I then took the 6 to Brooklyn ...
... northwest side of the pond. The first is the remains of a ditch that ran from Flint's Pond to Concord, supplying drinking water and power for grist and saw mills in town. It is still visible near the pond, although it was abandoned 35 years ago when Pine Hill Reservoir was pressurized.
Our last destination was the site of ...