Courtyard Boston Norwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to Sabatino’s for a drink and met cop George and wife – great couple and hope to see them again. Phil later managed to buff all the paint off and no damage to the car.
October 19th-It was a pancake morning and then spent most of the day at home, and later off to Kristin and Lance for Lance’s mother Barbara’s late birthday dinner. Spaghetti and meatballs/sausages, salad, bread. Good food. A great decorated rum ...
... we have to do it again as we cross into Bulgaria. The weather is black in the east so expect rain soon. Phil is actually reading on my Kindle! We arrived at the Hilton Sofia in Bulgaria, had a few minutes to check in and then to dinner; another good buffet.
Sept 17th –Day 12 - SOFIA – This is a town of statues – hundreds of them throughout the city. This town was known as Serdica centuries before Christ and was ruled ...
... I get a flat "yes." Awesome, one more expense to add to the never ending bill. Upon asking if they know of anyone, they give me a list of 3, one which is in the building. Yay!
Down one floor, which I took the elevator for so I didn't get stuck again, I find the translation office. for the short 4 pages I have for my background check I am estimated $125. For real!? I kindly thank them and move on. I call one of the of the other options and again $125-150. ...
This morning we walked the Boston Freedom Trail which is a 4 km walk through downtown Boston past the city's historic sites. There were lots of people doing this walk today as it is a public holiday for American Independence Day. We met our guide outside the Massachusetts State House and walked through Boston Common which dates from the 1634 and is the oldest public park in America. Other sites along the way were historic churches, ...
... than loved-up couples. I continued on to try and locate the famous mother goose statue. It was made as a tribute to Robert McKloskey who wrote 'Make Way for the Ducklings' which is set in Boston common. It was not hard to find given that there were a huge crowd of parents waiting around the statues as their children took huge delight in clambering onto mother duck and her right ducklings; Jack, Kack, Lack, Mack, Nack, Oack, Pack and Quack. I waited around for a bit to ...