Crowne Plaza Hotel Boston - Natick
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For Thanks Giving we decided to visit Boston for a long weekend. We didn't leave until after work so we stayed overnight in Burlington, Vermont. The drive the following morning was beautiful with all the trees changing colour from green to yellow and reds, as we drove through the mountains of Vermont, New Hampshire and into Massachusetts.
... spring, and the planning immediately commenced.
I come from an enormous Italian family made up of Biagettis, Temprendolas, Zongis, DeAngeles and many more. My childhood is full of memories of all of them gathering, surrounded by mountains of meatballs, in the tiny house my mom grew up in on Cochituate Street in Natick, Mass. And it was loud. An awesome loud.
As one could imagine, a surprise party is ...
... really wanted a nap... no luck there with our busy little man.
Once we landed we got the car and had to deal with lots of rain and traffic. Aidan dropped me off at Babson on the way to the hotel to allow me to attend the Alumni class. I thoroughly enjoyed it and was able to catch up with Prof. Donnellon and Prof. Lawler. I also managed to visit with Paula and to spend some time at a reception. Aidan then collected me and we got some milk and food for the evening. ...
... but I suppose that is to be expected. At one point we walked by a class sketching a model in only his underwear. The poor kid was getting laughed at by the many insensitive college students, disturbing him, the art students, and myself.
The night was very enjoyable, overall, and far better than the Museum of Science night I attended earlier this week.
... buddy". I can't figure out if this whole scenario was made more creepy or comical by the fact that his bi-focal lenses were making his eyes so big that he appeared to look like some nightmarish cartoon. Anyways. The night continued (free of scary pizza man), and free of New Yorkers! We met an Irish man, a Scouse man and a Dutch man. I wish I could think of a punch line for that one... Nothing eventful ensued. We got quite drunk in the 'Time Flies When You're Having Rum' bar and ...
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility