Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Computer Dr.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we explored Boston on foot. Highlights were: The baseball card shop (mark) The freedom trail tour The Boston tea party museum We learnt a lot of fascinating things today including that people were buried vertically in the granary graveyard and without coffins ...
... the crab stuffed mushrooms and pomegranate mojitos.
today we headed off to the museum of fine arts, where we saw the works of famed Japanese artist katsushika hokusai, the worlds most famous Japanese artist. Walking around the exhibit, I felt those tendrils of happiness crawling around my heart again. We headed up to the cafe, where we met Richards childhood friend from England, who he hadn't seen for 30 years. We had a great lunch, after which we went ...
... like Joyce with the lovely voice, or tony aka 'the professor', who taught at Cambridge in England, MArggie and helen who always sings at the top of her lungs and I say 'you sound so great!', and she shrinks shyly and says, 'oh me? you heard me?! oh no!" in a whispery voice :-) she loves flowers and gardening. 'whatre your favorite flowers?" I ask, "oh, all of them :-)" I stayed for dinner once in january before my departure, and will miss them all so dearly. The Professor cries ...
... to stay. The "Big Dig" was a project that took the overhead freeways in the "heart" of Boston and put them underground. It was a massive project that cost 190% of the original budget. The Rose Kennedy Gardens, standing at the sight of one of the overpasses, turned an "eyesore" into a place of serene beauty. An stone map depicts Boston as it was in colonial times in a light color and present day in a dark color. In ...
... in a bruise.
When I walked into the consulate office, I think they probably knew who i was before I even said anything. I handed them my paper and was told to wait. I sat down, but then realized if I was going to be there for a few minutes, I would use the restroom. When I came back, I returned the key and the lady was holding a passport. She told me to hold on a sec and explained to me that they had just printed ...