Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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... with the two events going on. The streets were crowded, cafes and bars were full, but there seemed to be still enough room for everyone. The regatta had food vendors set up along the banks of the river and it's own share of merchandise and organisers tents as well. The Head of the Charles was the event (for those who know their rowing). The Charles River being the river that runs into Boston Harbour. After ...
... we enjoyed the Farmers Market in the hotel courtyard and got a little sunshine! At 24 hours post chemo, I needed a Neulasta shot to boost my white counts over the coming weeks. We went over to the hospital for that, brought our stuff and headed for the bus home. Thank you for coming with me, my dear friend Bruria. How wonderful you made this treatment trip.
I’m late getting this entry up because, once home post chemo, I got kind of sick. I expect to ...
... as thought it was a federal/international gvmt document, I figured I could have that done wherever I was. Boy was I wrong. First I called the state of WI, the lady was very nice and helpful, but unfortunately, the state you get the background check in has to do the Apositile. Awesome. So I get on the horn with the state of MA. Wow what a difference. Either they really really really hate their jobs a lot more than those in WI doing the exact same thing, or this dude was ...
... Washington had sat on a visit to Boston. Felt a twang of history. The Old North Church was in "National Treasure" with Nicolas Cage- no codes found but recognisable (is that terribly superficial?).
Tom and kids got on to Old Ironsides (a boat circa "HMS Victory" in Portsmouth). I was excluded as I had no ID and it was on a navy base- carrying ID all the time. They were standing in the queue behind another ...
... from the window? Weird???
Back on the Subway we made our way to the Backbay area of Boston. There were a couple of shopping complexes we wandered through and we got to see the John Hancock Tower.
Next we made our way back to Downtown/North Boston to try and find a specific bakery. This Bakery is Mike's Pastry (I may have mentioned it previously, but everyone was walking around with boxes from Mikes Pastry... what smart ...