Best Western Adams Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... second president of the United States. He was an early advocate of American independence from Britain, worked with Thomas Jefferson to draft the Declaration of Independence, and served as diplomat and statesman to negotiate the peace treaty with Britain at the end of the Revolutionary War and secure loans to the new country from European bankers.
Adams was a Federalist and a strong believer in a ...
... an so the old chapel became the station of the student- run fire brigade. An organisation which was quickly shut down as the students began to use the fire hose to flood their lecturer's offices! We were then taken to the 'Philips Brooks House' which is where JFKennedy signed a peace cord which involved students taking one or two years out of their study to go abroad for research but particularly to help in poverty stricken parts of the globe. Just as the tour ...
... are introduced to people in America they give a brief synopsis of your role and visit schedule rather than introducing you and letting you explain, it seems to work well and gives you a sort of credibility within the organisation. When people have heard the synopsis they generally open up and give a very balanced description of their perspective. I have no way of knowing how much this opinion is biased by me being an outsider but the fact that they tell me positives and negatives ...
... dedication to service was passed from generation to generation of their descendants. I'm so impressed with the women in this family...they were unbelievably intelligent, capable, strong and it seems most of their contemporaries genuinely liked and respected them.
We took a National Parks tour of their birthplaces as well as four of their homes. The birthplaces are ...
... a round of Washington Apples and a weird fondness for old guys with Boston accents.
The next morning we started out at Flour Bakery, a great Boston chain. Amazing pecan sticky buns! Then Millie gave us our own personal walking tour of Boston. We walked around Boston for 5 hours and really got a feel for the historical city. A walking tour of Boston isn't complete without a stop at Regina's Pizzeria. We were hungry and it was tasty.
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