Extended Stay America - Boston - Braintree
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... whole game. And the person changing the "National League" score has to do it from the outside, so during commercials and between innings this man will run out of the room with a step ladder and numbers in hand to change the board. Poor guys. However, the people working behind those doors have been there for over 30 years....there is something they aren't telling us. Haha, but they do love their job there.
We walked around the city after that and headed to the ...
... Loews Theatres, right next to the Boston Common Gardens, we went to see Wolf of Wallstreet, Leonardo Dicaprio’s new movie. The theatre was gigantic, with more than 20 halls and all newest movies playing. We greatly enjoyed the salty popcorn and the three hour movie and headed back to campus when officially it was Monday already. Altogether it was once more an amazing weekend filled with friends, walks, the library and Leonardo. On to the next ...
... gridlocked, and we inch our way through Kingston, until at 6:15 we head for Heathrow at about 20mph. With only 8 miles to go, we start to believe we are going to make it. But the roads are still busy, and buses block our way along with vans and learner drivers! EVERY TAFFIC LIGHT IS RED. What seems like our 50th set of lights, a bus is blocking the road turning right. I see a plane coming into land at Heathrow, I SNAP and mount the pavement, and surge ...
... it so much better.
The three days I spent in Boston went far too quickly. The highlights were: going to the park bench where Robin Williams and Matt Damon had that intense chat in Good Will Hunting (location figured out by the angle of George Washington’s horses’ derriere), hitting the L-Street Tavern also made famous by Good Will Hunting and Maceys. I blame the rain for my lack of sightseeing in Boston. Honestly. Not my laziness.
Saturday morning. The ...
... met his wife, Ellen Herndon. They were married just as the Civil War started and Arthur joined, of course. He was in the quartermaster corps, so didn't see any real action. After the war he became big whig in the Republican Party. He reluctantly agreed to be the VP for James A. Garfield in 1880. Unfortunately, his beloved Ellen had passed away before he became VP and he was thoroughly devastated by her loss, sustaining deep depression for ...