TownePlace Suites Boston North Shore/Danvers
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... right to our gate. There was already a huge line of people waiting to check in. We went through ANOTHER security checkpoint - checking passports and boarding passes - and the passengers were separated. Those of us with US passports were sent through but the guy in front of us who was coming from Israel was sent to another security desk. Really they were taking no chances!
Our passes were checked one more time before we got on the bus to take ...
... Market is a converted historic building full of character but also full of every food stall you can imagine. Clutching Pizza we sit on the steps outside and I manage to roll a "spicy Italian meat ball" down my shorts......cool. Pressing on we walk through manicured parks, upscale shopping streets and eventually end up back at our starting point ....the mall where we unceremoniously get ready for the superb sunset cruise up the Charles River sipping wine and ...
... are not really a solution. I'm just not 20 anymore and I feel it every night. But looking back, the past week was a new experience I do not want to miss. So tomorrow class again and on Thursday in a new group with a new presentation for Friday.
I'm signing off, today is shorter than usual but I can't key in all that we learned today. If you have a crisis, feel free to contact me and I will see what I can do to help you solve it ;-)
... well. April 13, Turks: We got up at 8:20 and meet up Tonio for the morning power walk. We went out via the road and came back via the beach - a total of 1.85 miles in 37 minutes. We had tail end breakfast. We snagged a beach cabana with seven chaises. We swam in the ocean several times, walked the beach, ate lunch and snoozed. At four Betsy did aerobic dance and Elaine and I weight lifted. I cooled off in the pool, grabbed a beer and watched the kid fly (on belay) at ...
... most important commercial areas of the colonies, which is why the British occupied the city before the war. The history that happened here is too much to be contained in a small introduction of the city. So I will talk about a little of the history as we walk along the Freedom Trail thru historic Boston. The Freedom Trail is 2 ½ mile walk delineated by a running brick line thru Revolutionary Boston. The concept of running a line that connects the most historic sites of ...