Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... will be but it will be big; it is said that 1 out of 4 Bostonians have met Tom. We couldn’t decide what to do for dinner. Friday nights out are bad – too many people. Finally decided to go the Greeks for their good beef stew. Looked forward to it and got in line, its cafeteria style, and---no stew-It is a Friday and they never have stew on Friday!! Disappointment, but decided on the Lentil Soup—and it is a huge bowl filled to the ...
... the competitions but there seems to be plenty who do!!! For the energetic...boot camp, rock climbing a wall rising 200 feet above the sea, using the golf simulator, playing basketball/volleyball /table tennis, skating on the roller blading rink, playing mini golf. ice skating, or jogging/walking the track on deck 12....all good to watch!!! For the less energetic ...
... mode." I had emailed Olga, the contact for the Islas Balearas division of the program, and laid out my situation. The next morning I had an email from her saying she was not sure where in the process my papers were at. Oh and this after an email one or two weeks prior saying that I was not even on their roster for the program in Islas Baleares. Luckily, within an hour or two, I had another email from Olga containing my carta!!! Yay!!
Upon seeing that email, I ...
... 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 ...
... Constitution was launched in 1797 on the third attempt after two failures to do so. The ship got the nickname 'Old Ironsides' from the battle with British. The British ships were bigger and thought to easily account for the smaller American naval ships. During one particular battle the British ships were shooting cannon balls at the USS Constitution but they were not piercing the the ship. One of the British corporals shouted 'Hazar! the sides are made of ...