Candlewood Suites - Boston Braintree
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Today was a chilled day! Had many hectic days in the past few weeks it was nice to have a chilled morning. Didn't wake up till 9.30am which isn't like me! Must have needed the sleep. Then sat watching a film with Ray until breakfast was served. Paul made me a lovely breakfast bagel today which is my first ever bagel in my life! Tasted amazing! Filled with egg, cheese and tomato was delish. Then it was time to get ...
... an international language, people are people no matter where you are in the world and most of them are very nice. Canada and Nova Scotia are beautiful but I love living in the United States. Also we are blessed to have traveling companions that we get along with so well and my favorite person to spend time with is Ken.
> I so enjoy hearing about other peoples travels and hope that hearing about our trip gave you some new insights. LC
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... family gathering. For those of you who don't understand this is my mom's family, originally from Coatbridge, outside of Glasgow
Scotland. IT was a great reunion with my cousins that I only see every 10 to 20 years. Uncle James drove down from Doncaster in Yorkshire . we had such a great time. We had spent the last two weeks with our new friends from all over the UK. I thought this would have trained our ears to understand the language. Not so much. They all speak ...
HISTORY The first settlers of Boston arrived in 1630 (750 colonist) and named the settlement after Boston in Lancashire. The town quickly developed and was almost ignored by Britain until around 1660 when Charles II took control of the New England Colonies. Merchants were then forced to trade exclusively with Britain but smuggling was rife. The colonists were outraged by unfair taxation (without representation) and keen to establish their own rule but ...
... achieved so many things on an academic level, and I must admit I felt slightly intimidated by the amount of talent present in the room. It was absolutely awesome to be a part of such a fancy and high standard event and this is pretty much exactly what I imagined country club parties to be like. When Hans Gieskes gave a little speech, followed by a communal singing of Het Wilhelmus and a shot of Oranjebitter, my day was complete. Karel and I gave ...