Courtyard By Marriott Worcester
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... the next four years would be like. I never would have guessed that I would have ended up studying art history along with my french major, join a competitive ballroom dance team or become lifelong friends with a French host family in Dijon. But luckily for me, these became strong identifying aspects of my life. My experience at Holy Cross was truly a dream come true (even with the long nights in Dinand, 4 am ballroom competitions and occasional fear for the ...
... but have enduring senses' of humor which makes travel easier and relaxing. We arrived at our hotel The Courtyard and Marriott in Worcester about an hour and a half after our arrival. After checking in we contacted Ned and Bev our hosts for the next seven days. We drove over to their house for dinner. The house was a beautiful colonial New England style, which was warm and inviting from ...
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The kitties know something is up. Buddy gave me his sad eyes. Their food is arranged on the island with lots of flavors to choose from. Buddy did some inspection of the cans, but could not figure out how to open the cans.
It will be an early evening for us. Happy New Year! Next stop: Ft. Lauderdale!
... with an unsavory surprise. Raw veggies or fruit with thin skins, were a no-nos. Healthy salads just became the devil's food. Bird flu is back. This also means no sunny side up eggs or raw chicken. Pauline graciously told me in a firm caring voice, if I was I saw any caged birds at a local markets...flee, yes, run for your life. For that matter, I am to avoid any animals, furry or feathered. If I am bitten or scratched, I must report to the local emergency room ...
... were getting tired, as they still hadn’t fully recovered from yesterday. I walked up and down the various streets. There are lots of little shops, restaurants and cafes. I happened upon the Williamsburg Creamery and stopped for an ice cream. I got a small cup of chocolate peanut butter oreo. It was pretty good.
I got the L train to Union Square where I switched to a 6 to Spring St. You see, due to the heat of the ...