Courtyard Boston Billerica / Bedford
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... of why our door would scrape little tears into the awning when it was fully open. We've duct-taped that spot with 20 layers of tape in order to keep it from tearing any further.
As soon as we parked, John went back to bed since he didn't feel very well and hadn't slept well the night before. I was feeling stir crazy and headed out on my own to explore our neighborhood. My favorite find was the Perfecto Caffe, a 10 minute walk from the lot that had ...
... rubber, all the cereal was saturated in sugar so my final choice was a tub of strawberry yoghurt. Free breakfast though, so can't complain. After saying goodbye to Lucy downstairs (She has to be at Camp today, I'm not needed until the 14th) I went back up in the lift and turned down the hall to go to my room. And the drama started. A lady had passed out two doors down from my room in the hallway. The hotel manager was on the phone to the paramedics while another worker was giving ...
... ourselves. The grounds were lush and green, the buildings were tall, grand looking and made of stone. Just as they look on tv and in the movies! Sadly you couldn't get into the library without a student ID card, but it would have been impressive I can imagine!
One building we were allowed in was the Memorial Hall which commemorates the students current and those who had graduated who served in the army and navy during the war. There ...
Got up around 7:30. Had breakfast which was actually not bad as far as included breakfast was concerned. Then took the shuttle to the airport around 9:30. The airport was quite crowded as usual but it did not take us too long to get through. 14 days ago when we were there, TSA still required us to take off shoes and take out laptop to go through the security check, which was different from Boston. Now they were enlightened - we did not have to take off shoes or take out laptop ...
... city has a well laid out route around the city with a painted red line on the ground to keep you on track and takes you to all the historic landmarks. Starting at the golden-domed state house (where I somehow managed to mislay my new scarf) and continuing past burial grounds housing the remains of Mother Goose and Samuel Adams (one of the Founding Fathers and also gives his name to some rather good beer) and on to the site of the Boston Massacre. We took a slight detour through ...
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