Comfort Inn Plymouth
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Clean Well furnished room. Helpful staff. Clean pool area and wonderful hot breakfast.
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... pleasant way to spend a few hours.
This was the first time they had been to the home of the Red Sox and the Celtics and had made plans to attend a couple of their games.
was seemingly being co-operative and so with great hope and anticipation it was
time to move further north to Niagara Falls.
... trail that went through a project site Ted wanted to photograph anyway. It is a linear park built over a major highway. Then on to Paul Revere's house in the heart of Boston's Little Italy district. This is where Paul set out on his midnight ride. He was an expert silversmith, copper manufacturer, engraver and part time dentist. He was busy, but not too busy to produce 16 children! He lived in this little wooden house with at least 8 of ...
You know we're getting close when Jim starts chiming in about logistics and planning. And that is actually happening! A good sign, for sure!
A couple days ago I borrowed a couple of pieces of luggage from Elaine, so now Sam & Sydney each have a big suitcase, which is great! I also ordered a couple of southwest travel books... add that to our giant library which we've borrowed from friends. It's definitely getting exciting and intense.
I'm also starting to make ...
... Our last adventure was with a Native American who told the story of Plymouth through their perspective. We learned about their leader Massasoit and how he made a treaty with the Pilgrims. We heard stories of how the Native Americans were treated and saw sections of Plymouth where the Wampanoag people lived. One location we stopped at was the Namasket Trail which later became known as the Pilgrim’s Path. This path has been documented three times and tells how ...
... back to how amazing my time in and around Boston has been. So many things have happened the past couple of months and I can not even grasp all the memories that were made. Words can not express how happy I am about my Boston College experience and I feel so privileged to have been able to study at this amazing college and being thought by fantastic professors. The quality of the courses, campus life, the city of Boston and the friends I made for life surpassed all ...