Crowne Plaza Boston Woburn
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Safely arrived in Boston. An uneventful flight, but slow progress through customs and co. The hotel has a nice park nearby so the boys enjoyed some fresh air and exercise. Mark and Alex watched some kids playing baseball. Early night tonight (or late one depending upon which time zone you are looking ...
... tub at the hotel where I witnessed a medical emergency when a man collapsed. I then verified that my flights for the next day were both still scheduled to take off before going to bed.
Sunday I woke up at 5am to pack last minute items prior to my Go Alpine shuttle at 5:40am back to the airport. The United check in line was fairly long at the airport, but today they had 4 agents working so it wasn’t as bad as I’ve seen it ...
... and they would text when done. We went to explore Canmore and whilst it was lovely to look at it was DEAD. Seriously, it was weirdly quiet. We found a place to eat and had reaaaally good burgers. Then having not heard anything yet we went for coffee to keep warm. It was pretty windy and the cold was biting at the skin on our faces - outside was not the place of choice. Having not heard anything from the garage and it being over 3 hours later we went back to find a que ...
... block away (into the lingo, eh?). It was a pleasant break in the warm sun and we made the most of it.
We took a stroll around the shopping area around Harvard Square and found a very good book shop, with a huge "used" books section for all kinds of books. Very interesting. The rest of the area was less appealing and we beat a retreat to the motel and dined courtesy of a Domino pizza and salad. Sumptuous too.
On the road again tomorrow, in search of the Mayflower and its ...
... uncertain of what I have contributed, if anything, to their lives.
And this is the work of God. In the upside-down kingdom of Jesus, it isn’t surprising that the flow of value is from the least to the privileged, that the visitors leave with more gifts than they brought. It’s a slow realization that those who appear wealthy may have the wrong type of currency; the humble are rich in their simplicity, and the witnessing ...