Extended Stay America - Boston - Marlborough
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not understand. One of the school kids asked how they make popcorn, and they answered with confusion of not knowing of this popcorn they speak of!! They wander the village or sit in their homes doing chores and activities that they would do in the day. It was great to talk to them and ask questions. It was like you were speaking to the person that actually came from England. All of us, including Sam, asked questions, including what they did when it got dark, what they were ...
... traffic conditions, and if it's in the red, we wanted to avoid it. We still got stuck behind some slow traffic in places, the eventual trip taking about an hour and a half instead of the expected 45 minutes!!!, on the 20 but we got back to our hotel with enough time to reset the TomTom for Dale, Mitch and Jordan to head back to Boston for the Ice Hockey. This is the first Ice Hockey game for Mitch!! With strict instructions to drive safe!! off they went. The remaining ...
... drove the trail of the British toward Concord. It is about a five mile trek through a national park with several spots to stop at of significance. The trail finishes in Concord at the North Bridge where the Minutemen had finally gathered numbers enough to fight back the British and push them back along the path they had travelled back to Boston, under fire the whole way as time had allowed the word to spread with more men coming in to join ...
... 160; Many famous people have lived in this hotel including John Wilkes Booth, Edgar Allen Poe and his mother, Charles Dickens, Steven King, and many others. A room on the 13th floor has had many horrible events occur including murders, suicides, heart attacks and unknown deaths totaling over 57 occurrences. Today this room has been boarded up and sheet rock has been put over the door, preventing anyone from going ...
... 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 ...