Courtyard by Marriott Boston Stoughton
Travel Blogs from Stoughton
... and sauce I had brought, the left over ribs, bread and the last of the birthday cake from Ellie! Not bad, and we did not go out for a change. Still cold and windy and overcast.
Sept 25th-Wed- We were up at 7 and by 10:30 on our way back home—we had a hike we had wanted to do but just too cold. As we neared the Mass border the sun came out! It was still in the very low 70s but felt good. Took our stuff to the condo, then ...
It's Sunday and after a repeat of yesterday's scrum for breakfast - only worse!, I bravely decide to drive into Boston rather than get public transport. An accident on the Interstate caused us leave the freeway and head for Harvard, a stop high on Tamara's list of "must do" places to see. We park and walk round the Ivy League University, before heading on towards Downtown Boston avoiding the freeway. We are soon parked beneath ...
... us a hard time, he flirted with the stewardess who obviously fell in love with our boy! Definitely his Latin genes, I thought ;))
Once we arrived at Erica's house - Gaby's classmate during the German lessons in Frankfurt back in 2006 - he sat on our laps laughing and jumping! We were worried about how the jet lag could affect him, he instead didn't want to oversleep the arrival in America :)
... and black Oxfords with an adequate amount of glitter).
Thursday, September 6th: Seven Days. Took and passed the online class quiz part 1 (10 out of 10, woohoo!). Did some laundry. Got my hair cut, yay! Went shopping with dad and got a good raincoat; a water-resistent under coat which I love; a second, larger, travel towel; returned the other raincoat I'd bought to TJ Maxx and with the store credit got a baggallini ...
... very cool. We can walk to the business school
in under 5 minutes which is great.
On the first day of the new term we got assigned new
discussion groups. If you remember, these are the five individuals you have to
spend an hour a day with from 8am to 9am talking about the day’s cases.
Andrea’s were very hard workers and she got a lot out of it. Adam’s group were
a bit of a disgrace. After about a week, only two ...