Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Computer Dr.
Travel Blogs from Westborough
... experiences, like exploring Boston before Camp. Went outside to watch a busker play the pots and pans, surrounded by school children dancing along. Then I did some window shopping and uh, well I seriously hadn't noticed until this point. I was wearing two different shoes. This morning on skype, I put them on to ask Mum which I should wear. I had decided on my runners, but I instantly forgot that I still had to trade my pink one. So yeah, no one had ...
... January 1919, a wave of molasses swept through part of the city at 35 mph. It is now known as the Boston Molassacre. Also, something to think about the next time someone says the phrase 'slower than molasses in January'.
5) Men from Scotland give great advice.
Read the picture captions for more information on what I saw today; somebody (*cough* Mom *cough*) is telling me to hurry it up with the posting, so I gotta go.
Talk at you guys later!
... hard to focus on everything. Learning the rules as we went (standard) we found out the point system, and penalties but are still unsure on the fouling.
Susie got very excited when they were reading out the player's names, 'as it was only Kim Kardashian's ex lover Kris somebody or other' (Who?) (Humphries). At the end of each quarter, and when the coach calls 'Time Out' there were different entertainers to amuse the audience. The ...
An early rise this morning as we had a train to catch! The Amtrak Rail train to Boston MA. Can I just say, if you're ever thinking of going from NYC to Boston or vise-versa, take the train it's totally worth it! No check-in or customs, you're luggage stays with you and you get to enjoy the beautiful scenery as you pass through quaint little east coast towns and cities. Upon arrival into Back Bay, Boston, we left ...
... the auctions but after the comedy skits—well, really about 8 different stand-up comics trying to entertain us. There was much talking going on and they were hard to hear - midway through one of them a young lady got up, grabbed the mike and told the people to shut up, or leave the room. She reminded them that these people were donating their time and to shut up and respect them! Much applause! I did met and talk with Marc a bit. He gave a small talk ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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