TownePlace Suites Boston North Shore/Danvers
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So I have now found out the full story behind those little statues of the ducks that I loved so much. It is based on a children's book (which, as I am clearly still a child, have bought for myself...) called "Make way for Ducklings" by Robert McCloskey. I'd tell you all about the story, but there is so much to tell, I'm not sure I have time. So short version - Mummy and Daddy duck looking for a place to raise ducklings. They end up in the public gardens in ...
... br> The weekend kicked off with a Friday night dinner with the board members. I’m not
going to lie, hearing this made me a tad bit nervous. Thinking, “I am going to meet
these big shots who are going to want me to write up a plan of exactly what I am
doing for the 10 month time frame in Rwanda, ahh!!” To my relief I was receiving
multiple “Congratulations!” or “How excited are you?!” as I was welcomed with open
arms. Everyone ...
... and Scottish guy who had spent the last two weeks travelling across the US in a camper and a funny Dutch guy.
We went out together in search of an Italian festival in North Town, Haymarket. When we arrived there were no signs of a festival. The clubs wouldn't allow us in because we didn't have our passports with us. Ended up drinking Peroni's at a small Italian café. The rest is a bit ...
... so, so cold and I did not understand the rules fully! It is very similar to rounders though but with 9 innings. Some lady and her very drunk boyfriend explained the rules to me so how accurate they were is slightly dubious! It was a great atmosphere and the fans were hilarious! I was fairly sure that my toes were blue and about to drop off by the end of the game though! I legged it out of the stadium at the end of the game and pretty much jogged/sped-walked the whole way back to the ...
We spent the day following the footsteps of the American Revolution today. After realizing you've walked past the Boston Marathon site or the Church from which Paul Revere was signalled or the Boston Massacre it's surreal to think how many important, tragic and inspiring events spanning literally hundreds of years happened where you're standing. Oh and we drank really good ...