Courtyard by Marriott Boston Milford
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- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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Not much to share today- a day of classes and small group tutorial. Very good sessions though with great presenters. The two classes were on Transforming School Culture and Teacher Observation and Evaluation. Both really valuable sessions and very dynamically delivered. The small group tutorial time was good to help us clarify our thinking and work through the the new ideas presented. Much of ...
... and bevies). Found a new street of restaurants and had fabulous dinner at Met Back Bay made funnier by the maitre d Romane from Peurto Rico. Hop on Hop off tour the next day to get the highlights (and to stay out of the rain) -Boston Tea Party Museum, Fenway Park (home of Boston Red Sox) etc. Clam chowder and other delights at Legal Seafoods. Off for some culture at Boston Museum Of Fine Arts. Walked home ...
... picking out storage solutions for the summer. I bought my plane ticket home. All of the things that felt so long away, are actually coming up really soon. I'm still not sure how I am supposed to pack up my entire dorm room into boxes and I am a little nervous it is going to cost me a lot of money to store it all... Good thing I have parents who love me :) Also, I am quickly getting ready for my trip to Spain and trying to get myself physically and ...
... here to celebrate my show!
Thanksgiving break was such a welcome break. Things had been going at such a break neck speed that it was wonderful to be able to just sit and relax. I visited Amelia at College of St. Benedict and brought her home, saw my whole family for Thanksgiving dinner, saw all of my friends, went Black Friday shopping at MOA, and put up all of our Christmas decorations. I miss home, but it also made me realize how much I feel at home in Boston ...
... baby, to a rousing score by Duke Ellington. Déjà Vu. I think I've experienced this before, but with subtitles. Boston. Bean Town. Why do they call it that? Is it the whole Boston baked beans thing? Was getting hit by a pitch, or a bean ball, introduced at Fenway? I will try to find that out tomorrow. For now, we will sign off at 37,000 feet. I hear the peanut wagon coming... Thanks for tuning in! John & ...