Comfort Inn North Shore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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That's it. The Hendricksons no longer live in Massachusetts. Tonight is Terra's last night before heading to Illinois. Roscoe and Gwen have been having a great time with their Dad and Grandparents. Hopefully they are as excited to see me as I am to see ...
... By now of course Starbucks had educated me to understand the if I wanted a small coffee I asked for a 'Tall'. I know but that's how it is. So I asked for a tall here and that's exactly what I got. Quite a large drink. Oh dear, I'll get it right tomorrow. Now negotiating rain, people and crossings where cars launch at you from the opposite direction and carrying breakfast and two tall coffees, suddenly the wind blew up Huntington Road at its full ...
... hoping to be able to offer blended diet in the inpatient setting eventually. One dietitian in particular is very pro the use of blended diet and has given talks on the topic. I was useful finding out how home enteral patients are managed by the Boston team it seems quite different to Nottingham with patients attending outpatient clinic opposed to the team visiting the patients at home. After work on ...
... the tea that was dumped into Boston Harbor the night of the Boston Tea Party. She never actually cashed the check but put it on display in a museum. In front of the Old State House is also where the Boston Massacre happened in 1770. This building is over 300 years old and is the oldest building still standing from the original 13 colonies. The next stop on the Freedom Trail tour was Paul Revere’s house. The house dates back to the 1680’s ...
Did the harbour front walk today which was lovely, the sun was out and we had a lovely walk around the waterfront of boston, the trail starts in Charlestown and goes all the way down to the site of the boston tea party, and further beyond into the industrial districts of Boston. The trail weaves and winds through the multitude of ...