Ames Boston Hotel
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... s spontaneous, it's fresh, it's bold and a little wild.
When I think about how my life has been richly blessed already because of the people I know that a year ago, I had no idea they existed...and thinking that this trip is providing people whom I might never have encountered otherwise, had I not been willing to step out of my comfort zone and embark on an odyssey...well, isn't that just a blessed miracle?
... we wanted to do tomorrow and over the next few days. We left our travel book behind but someone who had been eating near to us chased us out of the pub onto the footpath to return it – which is a typically kind thing we have noticed of Americans.
We look forward to not flying anywhere tomorrow and seeing a bit of Boston. We have had a good day and want to get some exercise walking around Boston. Now it's time for bed! ...
Leave Boston for Reykjavik. Arrive there 5 am Wednesday the 5th. Flew out of Boston on time on Icelandic Air. Icelandic, it turns out does not serve you food. You have to buy a meal or snack. They did serve complementary juice, coffee and soft drinks early in flight. However they did not even serve complementary coffee prior to our landing. Talked to a couple that flew Icelandic direct to Iceland from Seattle and their service was the same as ...
Arrived at Logan airport in Boston late. I must warn the reader that the following is a bit of a rant since this was easily the worst airport experience I've had. We rushed through to international terminal - a very long way. Security was terrible. Rude people. The first security officer we saw, who checked our passports and boarding passes, was very angry for some reason. He grabbed our passports, slammed his fists down very ******* the desk and growled. No kidding! I ...
... excited and did a little dance. I came downstairs and told my sister in law, Debbie, all about it and we put our heads together on what needed to be done next. I realized I had no idea where to get a medical certificate, mostly because I do not have insurance currently. Debbie called her doctor's office and asked what the process would entail. I had already looked into a couple free clinic options but all had very specific appt days and were not right down the road. Her ...