BEST WESTERN Merry Manor Inn
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"Take a wide berth when you turn left" A nice lie in until 8.30am was shattered by the banging of doors. It seems that to increase the diversity of Boston, the hotel we were staying in had invited half the population of china to stay! Yay! And they were all jet-lagged and awake really early! Yay! The first thing we did was pick up our car from the …
... dusky grouse, bunnies, Somali Wild Ass (in the Denver Zoo)
Ballparks : 3 major league (Busch Stadium St. Louis, Kauffman Stadium Kansas City, Wrigley Field Chicago; 1 minor league (Akron Rubber Ducks)
Museums : 3 baseball museums (Cooperstown National Baseball Museum and Hall of Fame, Negro League Baseball Museum, National Ballpark Museum), Prairie Museum, World War I Memorial
... to be reminded what the speed is supposed to be and it has been totally stress free. I don't think everyone could live in that small space for that length of time and still be speaking! But to add to that, on day 3, I quit smoking! Yes, I have been patching it and it has been 7 days since I’ve had a cigarette………… 8230;and we’ve survived, happily! Right ...
... do a little no tax shopping. By the time we got back the sun was shining and it was beautiful so drove to the Wells Harbor to see the fishing wharf. By the time we got there the clouds were back so we had a quick walk and picked up some fresh lobster to cook for dinner. Ran into the grocery store to get butter for ...
... Did one pull forward, one back, one forward, forward, forward and we were out!!! Woo Hoo..............and what a relief.
Stopped in at the Maine Welcome Centre to get some brochures on activities and campground. We each had an armful as we walked out. Leaving the building was a downward slope. My right foot slid off the asphalt (or as Chris says, I ran out of walkway) and as I ...