Courtyard By Marriott Woburn Boston North
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... schools. Thought provoking stuff. The unusual events of the day? Well after sitting and working in the classes everyone was a bit 'flat' before our final class so the facilitators organised a cohort wide (167 of us) round robin Paper, Rock, Scissors tournament. Everyone randomly chose an opponent and faced off, if you won you raised your hand and found a new challenger, if you lost you had to follow the person who beat you ...
... is absolutely, ridiculous:( It was nice to have a bigger seat for our flight to DC. I hurt my back packing on Thursday afternoon so, I was in agony. I have pain pills, anti-inflamitory pills and hope. Though it fades to black once in awhile. We texted Toni yesterday and ultimately, we have plans to have lunch tomorrow. She seems to be very happy and its really nice to be around her when I see her every so ...
... and visited them at their schools, though no one has made the trek out to Boston (yet). And truthfully, the three months went by ridiculously fast. It was a whirlwind of a semester and I actually can't believe that its already done. I only need six semesters of schoolwork to graduate, along with three 6 month long co-op experiences. That means I only have 5 semesters left on Northeastern's campus. What? I have made some incredible friends who mean a great deal to me. I got ...
... an international language, people are people no matter where you are in the world and most of them are very nice. Canada and Nova Scotia are beautiful but I love living in the United States. Also we are blessed to have traveling companions that we get along with so well and my favorite person to spend time with is Ken.
> I so enjoy hearing about other peoples travels and hope that hearing about our trip gave you some new insights. LC
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... Spirit at work in a soul makes our digital gadgets appear somewhat silly, like we’ve missed the point.
In a rough clinic of concrete and tin a man stands, long limbed and skinny, his clothes draping off him, his years showing in his gaunt face, grey beard, and wrinkled eyes. His hands were narrow and his fingers long, and he spoke vividly, hands moving: "I was carrying a heavy chain on my neck, like an Ox. And my ...