Courtyard Boston Norwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we're going to have lunch with Toni, one of Erin's friends from the Hollow. After a couple of days with of drugs, rest and a massage it seems her back has improved to the point where Erin can join us. Toni is going to pick us up at our hotel and drop us at Meg's after lunch so we can drop off the pots and pans we brought as well as the record player and a few precious LPs or vinyl as Meg would say. We lunch in this ...
... up. Good to have those taken care of.
November 14th – Friday – A busy day. We were up early and Layla was here at 8 to give us both haircuts. She is such a character—New York Italian! She left and we talked until time to take him to the airport and he will be home in a bit over an hour. Leaving there I went to 3 places looking for suitcases. Phil gave me $$$ for my birthday to buy them. I found a set I liked and bought ...
... 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 discuss the pincer-movement of British taxation, which resulted in the raid known as The Boston Tea Party. If indeed every invention begins as a germ in the imagination, it was here in The Old Meeting House that the collective will of the people began its relentless march towards an Independent America.
The Old State House is where the Declaration of Independence was drafted and read aloud to the masses from the Eastern balcony. Three quarters of ...
... I still had plans to ride Gidget, go to the beauty salon, visit some friends, and go to Kaff’s house the day before I left. Oh, and pack. I also hadn’t packed until right before I left. Very unlike me. I’m usually packed two weeks in advance. So when I say ‘Watch this space and see where I end up’ I really freaking mean it. All I know is it’ll be places I haven’t been ...