DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Leominster
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On Saturday morning, we packed our things and checked out of our last hotel. We had been looking for a place to get a pedicure all week and there was one right across the street from the hotel and they were able to take us both right away. Very relaxing, very cheap. From there we went back to downtown Louisville and strolled around the farmers market. Then we headed to Boulder to ...
My fortune cookies tells me that I am about to go on a great adventure.
How lucky can I be! China 2013 is looking good, filled with days
sightseeing in Hong Kong, teaching in Fuzhou (hope there's no typhoon
this year), visiting Panda reserves, cruising on the Yangtze River, silk
making in Suzhou and tripping the light fantastic in Shanghai!
Away we go...come along all you ...
... we paused and marveled at the warmth and light. After a few moments, we moved on, heading east.
Crossing Sandy Pond Road, we arrived at the southern end of Flint's Pond, Lincoln's main water source. We had a choice of taking the path along the water or the one near the road. The water route won the vote and we started out ...
... troops. The British, outnumbered four to one, retreated to the middle of town. With all the British troops back together the retreat to Boston began.
From this point on, the British ranks had to run a gauntlet of colonial fire. Already there seemed to be a musket behind every tree, and fresh militiamen were pouring in from surrounding towns. Exhausted and near panic, the British troops staggered ...
... You spend about 23 seconds at a red light. If there's a homeless person on the corner, it feels longer. But the time still passes, and you'll probably never see the person again. That could be your goal, and you could avoid eye contact for that brief window of time. Or that could be a tiny fraction of your day that you use to make the entirety of someone else's. By the time you're done reading this paragraph...