Babson Executive Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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"And the Seasons, They Are A Changin." Autumn has turned to early winter. Yesterday, Boston was cold, windy & pouring rain. Today we even saw snow flurries. Daylight Savings Time has ended & today, the sun set at 5:00 PM. Luckily, Boston is rich with attractions and distractions both indoors and out. To see some of what I've been doing, just click through my Iphone photos posted here. I can hardly believe that I have completed six weeks of my radiation protocol already. ...
... the plane. When I checked in the day before, I moved our seats so that I wouldn't have the big box at my feet hopefully. No luck - as it turns out most seats seemed to have that box. Oh well, we had two seats alone so we didn't have to worry about anyone else!
Since we were leaving mid-day, there wasn't much chance of sleeping during the 10 1/2 hour flight so I just caught up on writing and watched a movie. Even if we had wanted to nap a ...
... of homeless people I saw on the way to the subway station was a bit unsettling. I noticed a lot of homeless people in Hamburg when the Christmas season started but it's not Christmas here and there are much much more people who are sitting on the streets shaking their cups asking for change.
What did I do today: OK, I'm not wacko. I just like listening to speakers and good lecturers. I have seen the film "The ...
... want to go where everybody knows your name…
We take in a pint of Samuel Adams at the Bull & Finch on Beacon Hill. Otherwise known as "Cheers". Disappointingly, everybody does NOT know our name. However, it’s fun to imagine Cliff, Norm and Frasier sitting at the bar and putting the world to rights. I wonder how many times a day the barman is called ‘Sam’ by confused customers. Belly full of Sam Adams, we return to ...
... Tea Party museum, which is relatively new, and is built on the very site that the infamous event took place. That was really interesting, and a follow up to my last visit to Boston, when I explored the Old State House. High taxes from the British ruling powers was on the nose to the locals, and the discontent came to a head at a public meeting in, you guessed it, a meeting house that's one of the oldest buildings in Boston. At a signal from Samuel Adams, key instigator in ...