Residence Inn Boston North Shore/Danvers
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Many of you have been to Boston before and made good comments. Our first day confirmed all we had heard. We are staying 'midtown' and it's both convenient and very nice. No breakfast at this Hotel but we have located the nearest Starbucks and Geoff walks early and comes back with the appropriate kick starter and a fresh, warm 'morning bun' which gets us through to lunch. We read your 'coffee comment' Alison. I think we're ok! He he. Steve and Robyn, even you would survive here. We are ...
... running and would not be in a sorority this semester.
It is a huge bummer. I was getting really excited to be a part of a sisterhood and getting to meet this whole group of new people. I convinced my two best friends to do it with me and they both got into their first choice chapters. I was definitely disappointed and felt like I had done something wrong so that they didn't want me back.
I talked with ...
... been planning before his assassination. He had teamed up with the popular superman comic book and created an edition to promote his fitness/ healthy living program; much like Michelle Obama is doing today. The edition included a cartoon JFK calling on super mans assistance for a challenge so big he wasn't sure whether even super man could face it! The company had completed the edition in sketches which were in show and had created the first page in colour when Kennedy ...
... making a trip back to Quincy market, where we'd wandered salivating the day before. The market is a pretty painful place to walk through if you're greedy. It's quite possible to feel physically torn between the gooey cheese melts, huge pizza slices, fresh greek and fsea food on offer. Eventually I settled for Boston's finest 'clam chowder' served in a bread bowl. Matt went for the slightly less delicate but equally delicious chicken wrapped in ...
... he been a Yankee, would also be a Floridan.
Mrs Henry’s trolley car selection process proved to be spot-on. We got a driver-cum-tour guide who discouraged us from getting of at the stop for the Museum of Contemporary Art, which he had checked out for us. “I said to the curator, a collage? What sort of collage is this? Can I send my kid to this collage? How much does it cost to send my kid to this collage?” He was the tour guide that stole my heart. ...