Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 32 4th Ave.
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but thankful
because they are all the reason that I’m given this opportunity. Besides the
spectacular dance group of kids that performed at the beginning of the event (btw, I
seriously think I’m going to take dance lesson after watching that performance), my
favorite moment was during the auction when true colors were shown. Hands were
going up in every direction as supporters were donating to build courts for the years
to come. 5 courts are to come ...
... way. Realizing that all that was over hit me pretty hard when we got to the airport. We were happy to be home and all the little joys that go along with seeing the people we love - the cats looking out the door waiting for us, the feel of our own bed and pillows, brushing our teeth with sink water...and of course football for Roger! There's no doubt that this trip will be one that stays with us and we are already trying to figure out when we can go back.
... is a cemetery in the center of Boston that has a lot of famous people buried there including Ben Franklin, Sam Adams and Paul Revere. There are three people here that helped write the Declaration of Independence. For such a small cemetery, there are sure a lot of famous people buried here. I remember seeing the famous cemetery in Boston and it could have took four hours to try and find who you are looking for. The state capital is not much ...
... than loved-up couples. I continued on to try and locate the famous mother goose statue. It was made as a tribute to Robert McKloskey who wrote 'Make Way for the Ducklings' which is set in Boston common. It was not hard to find given that there were a huge crowd of parents waiting around the statues as their children took huge delight in clambering onto mother duck and her right ducklings; Jack, Kack, Lack, Mack, Nack, Oack, Pack and Quack. I waited around for a bit to ...
Walked to Harvard college today, had a Starbucks over looking Harvard square where we saw most of the customers were Harvard students all with the MacBooks out and essay being typed !! We then went for a explore around the grounds of Harvard and wow it is one if not the most impressive university/college ( Americans are weird) I have ever seen, the architecture of the buildings and just the vast size of some ...