Comfort Inn North Shore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... block away (into the lingo, eh?). It was a pleasant break in the warm sun and we made the most of it.
We took a stroll around the shopping area around Harvard Square and found a very good book shop, with a huge "used" books section for all kinds of books. Very interesting. The rest of the area was less appealing and we beat a retreat to the motel and dined courtesy of a Domino pizza and salad. Sumptuous too.
On the road again tomorrow, in search of the Mayflower and its ...
I can't believe the day is here! I'm sitting here waiting for my ride to the airport and my traveling companion to arrive! We are on Lufthansa flight 425 changing planes in Munich. At the airport and through security. Hanging in the Air France lounge drinking ...
Back to the hop-on-hop off bus and this time we got off at the Harbour. Stood in line for a fair while, waiting for our harbour cruise. It was lovely weather and the place was very buzzy with throngs of people and plenty of yachts and ferries on the harbour The duck tours look funny - like buses ploughing slowly through the water ! We enjoyed the cruise, and were very happy to receive a phone call from Sakura and Chris and have a chat to them. Chris has put more ...
... and 20 were executed. Eventually, the colony admitted the trials were a mistake and compensated the families of those convicted. We drove into the town and it seemed very eyry, although that was probably because of all the witch museums and buildings! I really wanted to go to the museum, I'm not sure if Stu was freaked out about going into a creepy old building or the price of the tickets!! But it had to be done, the museum brings you back to 1692 Salem and there was a ...
... really did and still do want to immerse myself in the African experience. This is a continent that finds its identities, cultures and peoples completely free from the influence of technology and attracts world travelers for that expressed purpose. Getting off the grid means removing oneself from the global web of digital communication and instant connection. When it comes down to it, I want Africa to be outside of that plugged in world ...