Courtyard By Marriott Woburn Boston North
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... maker – it is at least 15 years old and works, but the water measurement place is clogged with ?? and hard to see how much water is in it. Went to Italia where I managed to spill my entire drink! I reached for the bread and somehow hit the glass! A lemon martini all down my shirt and pants! Not my day!
December 19th-Friday-We drove into Somerville this morning for breakfast at Kelly’s Diner. It has been there since 1996 ...
... u attitude driving. We got right into the heart of the city and found a 30$ a day parking garage. We drove in and noticed that the ceilings of this place were really low. We didn't hit anything though as we went in so we figured we would be okay. We were wrong. As we went to drive up to the second level our solar panel got stuck in a beam coming out of the ceiling. We had no choice but to keep driving which completely destroyed the solar panel. Chris pulled to the side, ...
... freak out that I will have to go down all 9 floors before being able to return to the elevators and go back up to the 9th floor. Luckily there was a "Emergency exit" on floor 5. But really? 4 floors, what if some crazy killer had followed me into the stairwell and I had a bad knee? Going down 4 flights of stairs is sending a clear sign that we need to be fat and use the elevators. Anywho! I finally make it back in to the consulate office and ask if the background check has to ...
... s the American city most similar to European cities, at least when compared
with the Houston, Phoenix, and Las Vegas type cities around the country. And it’s
a good thing I like Boston because my brother now lives there with his wife
right near the heart of town, so I can visit every so often.
I didn’t always feel that way about cities. Maybe it’s because
I lived in a dense urban neighborhood until I was six and then grew up mostly
... Arietta exited and acknowledged the crowd with a wave of his hat. So with the no-hitter broken up I know could root for the Sox in earnest. Unfortunately they managed only one more hit and lost 2-0. The trip back to my car was a much longer and hotter ordeal as everyone and their dog that rode the T all headed to one station to catch their train. It was a sauna in the station and of course my train was the last to arrive and was fairly ...