Copley Square Hotel
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Second day on the road today. Headed off from New London and needed to get some breakfast, so stopped at a local Applebees. We walked in and the place had been taken over by a a community group who were having a fundraiser for their 'Steps across America' program for young women. I'm pretty sure that we were the only ones there who weren't family …
... to me and we ended up having a pretty lengthy conversation about travelling, my trip, her numerous trips and the places she's lived and how her dad is still living life to the full doing solo travel at 91. 91! Incredible. And her aunt (his sister) who is still running at 96. I better get training. But she was really interesting. And THEN was the funny man with his tiny horse! Yep, that's right. I love chatting to randomers, you really do meet the best people that ...
... took us to all the notable sights in the city, none of which is photographically stunning. The city makes much of its Revolutionary past and the War of Independence. We Brits don't come in for quite the bashing one would anticipate from the French or the Scots, but since we ended up the losers in the war, it's no surprise. The Trail is about 2.5 miles long (one way) and throughout our trek we were surrounded by a wide array ...
... to take a turn for the serious again Melissa pointed out the dents in the paths- she informed us that these marks were from students throwing cannon balls from their windows during the war of independence! As we continued out tour we were made even more aware that today there was something going on at the university as gazebos, tents, seating were being arranged everywhere. I understood why when I walked past a huge banner that said 'congrats seniors welcome ...
... disengagement with the frontline staff allowing true advocacy for patient safety. I walked into Boston Common from the hospital to observe the skating display and the celebrations for the turn on of the Christmas tree lights. The tree has been donated from Nova Scotia every year since they had an explosion and many of the people rushed from Boston to help those affected. They had a large number ...