Courtyard By Marriott Woburn Boston North
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... of major companies that happen to be both well-respected and impressive. Money is needed to invest here and lots of investors choose to achieve this through a broker because this allows the investor to bypass the surface trader to purchase and sell. The stock exchange actually consists of two markets referred to as primary and secondary markets. When one would like to purchase securities from a ...
... like a dream. This is the first time a whole trip has been uneventful with airport security. I suspect it might've had something to do with a family before me that we're causing mayhem. The little girl, who couldn't have been more then 4yrs old, was drinking a Starbucks frappe.. or at least I hope she was just using the bottle. The TSA agent was not a happy bunny but I don't think they knew what he was on about when ...
... and I went to a movie at the college and out to dinner too.
On Monday, I returned to Boston for an appointment and for the Chemo infusion today. Yesterday I walked a lot and got plenty of exercise. Adele and I went to 16 Handles for yogurt and awesome toppings. And I stopped at Nordstrom’s Rack to pick up a summer sweater I needed. Today I am a couch potato just sitting for 10+ hours. Just think if I were flying to Bangkok, I would be almost 1/2 way there ...
... University". Harvard is like its own suburb. I hardly scraped the surface of the place, however, I was satisfied with where I had wandered to as it reminded me of Hogwarts. The courtyards and gardens, the architecture of the ancient buildings, I felt like I had travelled back in time. I even found the "American Repertory Theatre", which is up there in the theatre world. As I walked around Campus, I came across "End Gun Violence Now" sign that ...
After landing in LA, we went to domestic terminal 4 and headed for Boston. By this time, I was having a little trouble walking, so the very kind people at American Airlines organised a wheelchair to get me to the plane. Once through security (sorry Ian for making you buy the water and cokes that you now have to drink or toss) and we were down to the gate, yet again at the other end of the terminal. Sensing a pattern here?
Once on ...