Courtyard by Marriott Boston Milford
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... some with quite ghoulish headstones like skull/crossbones and skeletons) and military sites like Paul Revere's house and the Bunker Hill Battle memorial. The walk finished at the USS Constitution museum where the ship, the USS Constitution, is docked. This ship was commissioned in 1797, although only about 15% of the ship is original now. Each year on the 4th July the ship is moved out from the dock and rotated so that both sides ...
... was going that way himself walked me there. Thank you Jean! The park was closed but at least I will know how it get there for next time as I'm hoping to catch a game! Before he left Jean recommended me to the Boston skywalk on the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower for a 360 view if Boston. Well you cannot put a price on insiders' information and recommendations! I hadn't heard of the observatory whilst looking up places to go and would never have got a chance to go ...
... br> The plane stopped at Milwaukee for about half an hour and then took off. We touched down at Logan/Boston around 10:15. By the time we got our rental car and drove home, it was mid-night.
Doggies were very happy to see us, and we them!! They were healthy and the house was clean! I was very thankful for my dog sitters!!
It feels SO GOOD to be home!
... I went for 'over-medium' it would be flipped with the white being cooked through but the yolk remained runny; they were so good. How they managed to get three eggs all cooked identically and exactly to the order I will never know; especially as the place was extremely busy. The Americans around us tucked in but being British it was interesting to see that we ate it like a two course meal; we ate all the savoury then started on the ...
Nearly 100 years ago our grandparents were part of the great Jewish journey of the 20th century.
At the beginning of that journey, Jews lived mostly as second class citizens, exiled from our land for 1900 years. 2 out of 3 Jews were born in the Russian Empire, including 4 of the 5 grandparents we knew growing up.
Our grandparents were born in a society whose anti-Semitism was implemented in ways that limited their ability ...