TownePlace Suites Boston North Shore/Danvers
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... treatment was scheduled to begin September 9, and that's 5 days a week for 7 weeks. I’ll go home some weekends. I was tempted to continue to stay at the Cambridge Marriott “by the night” but the autumn hotel occupancy rates blocked the Dana Farber corporate rates. Every one of my favorite haunts are too expensive. A Boston long stay arrangement will be more convenient anyway.
Bruria and I headed over to see the Hotel 450, a former YWCA ...
... the computer science labs where some of the famous hacks that occurred at MIT are kept including a police car that was once de-assembled and rebuilt on the very top of the Greek dome as a way of protesting about the many parking fines being handed out by the police in the 70s, another one was a water fountain replaced by a fire hose to show the speed at which things happen at MIT. One of the buildings in the courtyard a high skyrise ...
... from. In my research I learned that the Kenmore Station is closer to Fenway Park than the Fenway Station so I saved myself some walking. The feel around the outside of the stadium is similar to that of Wrigley. The stadium is among the downtown buildings with a few sports bars surrounding it. Landsdowne Street had a few people milling about grabbing food from vendors on the other side of the stadium Yawkey Way was much busier. About a half ...
... nice to catch up with Rosie after her trip to Memphis and for Mum and Dad to hear all of Rosie’s news since she has been living in NY. After lunch we made a final trip to the Diamond District to purchase my 21st birthday present of diamond earrings (very exciting!). With me on cloud 9 we walked down to Central Station. Mum and Dad had been before but had never seen the whispering gallery so we had fun talking to ...
... our name yet, like they did once at CDeG Paris (that's another story). Disaster! Marina & I failed the X-Ray and had to go through the dreaded body scanner. Was is true they could see your bits? I didn't care and got on with it. We were done. But it was 7:20, we would have to run. No time for Marina to put her trainers back on she would run to the Gate carrying them. Then we realised we needed to get the driverless train to the next set of gates. Good news ...