Extended Stay America - Boston - Marlborough
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... dormitory, most students share a room for their entire stay at MIT. Then walked around the sports complex, each MIT student has to complete four advanced certificates in sports before they complete their degree, with the possibility to gain a Pirate award- by completing a combination of: archery, pistol, fencing and sailing courses. Headed back through the main building, built to match the breathtaking Greek Architecture. Walked ...
... Lakes: Michigan Erie, Huron and Superior. All of the water outflow from these lakes eventually flows over the falls. 2,271,247 litres of water go over the falls every second. The flow of water over both falls has stopped completely only once in 1848 due to an ice jam in the upper river. In October 1901, Annie Taylor, a 63 year old school teacher from Bay City Michigan was the first person to travel over the falls in a barrel and ...
... off along the "Freedom Trail". We strolled through the granary burying ground, marvelling at the age of some of the inmates, especially compared to our own relatively young nation.
If that were not enough, we then visited "King's Chapel" and its burial ground. Many graves there date back to the mid 1600s, almost 200 years before Australia was officially "discovered". A feature of many of these early grave stones was ...
... They open at 4:30 and the line often begins lining up by 4pm. When we arrived at 4:20 the line was already about 12 people. We made the first seating and were packed into a table. The server essentially serves two or three tables at one time, telling you the specials and taking multiple orders together. Ordered food comes out quickly and you move through a full meal in about 30 minutes. The foods was good, not great. The experience was interesting and worth ...
... attempt and episodes of self-mutilation (later coined as "cutting" in the late 1990's) requiring 3 in patient hospitalizations and a smorgasbord of medications between the ages of 16-19 years old. After my last in-patient stay at McLean Hospital, a well regarded psychiatric hospital in Belmont Massachusetts, I was told I would be on medication the rest of my life and would probably not be successful living anywhere outside of a structured half way house ...