Courtyard by Marriott Boston Westborough
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... the condo party in Dec and we kinda made plans for what to bring. Later Phil and I went to Italia for dinner and home to relax and watch more depressing news.
November 26, 2014 – Wednesday – It is supposed to snow today – several inches, and that is bad with Thanksgiving tomorrow. We are going to Kristin’s like last year. Now, at noon, it is very dreary out and 40 degrees. I finally decided on what to get the girls, and now have ...
... were invited to White House South Lawn, where Kennedy came out and spoke to them. Jens remembers some of the speech and decided to try to find a copy of it. Remarkably the Library has both the text and an audio tape as well as photos of that day. It brought back memories of that special day, July 11, 1962.
We left Sutton to move closer to Boston. However, we took a detour to Providence, Rhode Island, to have lunch ...
... way. Realizing that all that was over hit me pretty hard when we got to the airport. We were happy to be home and all the little joys that go along with seeing the people we love - the cats looking out the door waiting for us, the feel of our own bed and pillows, brushing our teeth with sink water...and of course football for Roger! There's no doubt that this trip will be one that stays with us and we are already trying to figure out when we can go back.
She got us to our room by 10pm we were safely ensconced in our room and we wanted to sleep, however James required nourishment and satisfied his need with a trip to the hotel shop.
He returned with drinks for all of us, a cheese and ham hot pocket for himself, several bags of crisps and a Hershey bar.
With that we all went to ...
... The famous grasshopper weathervane sits on top of this hall and derived from London's royal exchange. This is the weathervane which was used to determine spies in the American Revolution. Just by Faneuil Hall is the famous Quincy Food Hall; Boston's answer to borough market! I did take a look and some of the things in sale looked amazing! Especially the bagels and cakes! It's an art of how much you can put and squeeze in/ onto a bagel or cookie! I came off the freedom trail for ...