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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clams and seafood and that turned out to be difficult. We thought there would be tons of them since the town was filled with tourists. We finally found a tavern that had steamed clams and calamari. Not bad but not the best I've ever had. We're still looking for the real New England seafood place. And Mary, we will have a lobster roll if we can find one.
... news on the storms on the east coast. I never thought I'd get the unfortunate opportunity to actually experience it! I would never have chosen to go into the storm except for the lure of the job fair.
We roomed with our friends Mark and Amanda Sunderman, who were the very people we attended our first international teacher job fair in Iowa!!! How crazy and opportune that we were back in the market for another job and that we ...
... amazing. I also wanted to walk along Commonwealth avenue - a great bit of green, lined by trees, with various memorials and statues along the way. So at that point I ignored the city mapper and made my own way. So beautiful walking down there. There was a couple with two golden retrievers, friends walking along with "Dunkin' Donuts" coffees, and people sitting on the benches along taking in the statues and the trees around.
Now the Public Library ...
... of two roadways separated by a grassy median, and dotted liberally with shady trees, wistful memorials and proud statuary such as notable abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison. The highly desired, 3 story Victorian Brownstone architecture either side of the median can fetch up to several million dollars at auction. "Location location location," I muttered, privately ascribing the phrase to early English emigree.
Beginning at Boston Common, America's oldest city park, we ...
... of history here, and some iconic old buildings. There is a tour which you can do by yourself with a brochure giving a brief explanation of the various historic buildings. With brochure on hand you follow "the red brick road", a double row of red bricks embedded into ...