Crowne Plaza Hotel Boston - Natick
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... big flower gardens. It was a beautiful day and everyone was out and about relaxing on the grass and taking pictures. There are a few big ponds filled with ducks, geese and swans. All the animals in the garden, especially the squirrels, seem to be used to people and being fed and they all came right up to anyone who had food to offer. We had packed our lunch so we sat and ate a little enjoying the view and the people. It was nice to be in a big bustling city again! We decided ...
... to go on Tuesday, August 26, right in the middle of their US Open trip. My sisters, cousins, and close friends have all offered to come with me for treatments. My dear friend Bruria came for this one. I have told my friends that what is most helpful is to call me to do things we usually do. I don’t want to be “ill” around my friends and while I might not feel strong enough to be out all day, normal outings, e.g., a walk, a trip to the Farmers ...
... Mark Zuckerberg (creator of Facebook) both were Harvard students who dropped out to focus on their billion dollar creations. Geez! After the tour, Clay's friend, Julianna, from Clemson met us for lunch. She lives in Boston and took us to a great Mexican restaurant called Border Cafe. It was fun to listen to their college stories. They are both counting down the days till August move-in. Our next stop was only 4 miles away but took about ...
... Bridge, up to Bunker Hill (actually Breed's Hill), and by the USS Constitution. We toured the ship which was very nicely setup for tourists. We walked back to the North End and did a portion of the Harborwalk. We decide to have a snack at the Sultan Kitchen. The owner was and we talked with him briefly about Turkey. We told him we had and used his cookbook; I think he was impressed. We shared a mezi plate and walk back to the North End. We stopped to pick up four ...
... we learnt a lot this first one so hey, what can go wrong.
A few things I’ve learned today:
1)My first subway ride, was hot, crowded, germ infested (hanging on to those bars)…ewww, yuck!!! I’m probably not a mass transit kind of gal lol!
2)Asking questions in a strange town is probably a good thing to do..especially about train schedules.
3) Don’t put off doing things you want to do until tomorrow because ...