Courtyard Boston Norwood
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... Revolution. A small plaque on a stone was placed in Lexington on a small stone in front of Buckman Tavern. Facing the Lexington Green, the “Negro Man” was given the recognition that was long overdue. After a number of stops, our day ended at the Brookfield Farm, which is a working farm and pumpkin patch. The pumpkins are beautiful and I took many photos of the baskets of fresh vegetables. We returned to Boston. Tomorrow I fly to ...
... celebrate the 4th of July, they hold an event called Boston Pops, which has live music and then a lead up to a fireworks display at 10.30pm. The security was phenomenal; a whole new world. It was that serious to the extent they had radiation detectors around the esplanade area. Boston was a fantastic city. It was very relaxed and clean, so a welcome change from New York. I would have liked to spend another day or so in Boston, however beggars can't be ...
... the Italians settled and where there are a ton of Italian restaurants. I wanted seafood on the waterfront, but at that point we had been walking for 3 hours non-stop and what I wanted more than anything was a chair. So we had Italian.
Then we walked to Long Wharf. It had been a little warm walking around, but when we got there the wind picked up and it was cold! So we headed back ...
... tub at the hotel where I witnessed a medical emergency when a man collapsed. I then verified that my flights for the next day were both still scheduled to take off before going to bed.
Sunday I woke up at 5am to pack last minute items prior to my Go Alpine shuttle at 5:40am back to the airport. The United check in line was fairly long at the airport, but today they had 4 agents working so it wasn’t as bad as I’ve seen it ...
... for the remaining chemo cycles as the dates for treatment often get changed making it hard to plan ahead for that.
It’s never a good time to be a cancer patient & it feels hard to start chemo again at this point. I'm in the allergy desensitizaton suite because I am allergic to the drugs I need for a cure. The chemo-therapeutics are given at a very specialized and slow rate hopefully below that which will trigger the IGE antibody ...