Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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... toothpicks, Instant ******* chewing gum...and hand sanitizer: Dog Slobber or Cleaner than ****! The problem is that I'm a minimalist. Or tight ass. So it's good that I'm not spending money on things that I don't need but it's the tourist thing to do. Plus, I have zero room in my suitcase, it was a little painful to leave behind things that people ship from the states. I may go back and buy but I rather prefer saving money on those things and putting ...
... at MIT are pranksters. They once welded an MIT ring onto the statue of John Harvard to make it the "Statue of Four Lies". Go to hacks.mit.edu for a complete list of MIT pranks.
3) The Boston Massacre was more propaganda than anything. A mob of drunk, rowdy people surrounded some British guards taunting them to shoot. The guards thought their superior officer had told them to shoot and did so. John Adams ended up defending the British men in court.
... suffice. Now we're not beer monsters but did understand that a beer and a hotdog was an integral part of the game - so naturally disappointed.
At first we thought it was just the TD Centre-name of the arena, but later that evening found out it was the whole State when we were refused entry to a bar/eatery, we had chosen for dinner.
'Good one' Massachusettes!
Anyway, rant over. The game was entertaining with so much going on, it ...
... hours, so was very thankful to land at gate E32 and be departing from E14 in the same terminal. Walking from E32 to E14 meant we were able to get something hot to eat before our flight and arrived at the gate about 15 min before they started to board. Perfect.
Take-off was a little bumpy with all the rain, and being in the far back of the plane (row 51) didn't help. But, we were off on the last, and longest, leg of our journey - a 15.5 hour flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
... s to this and I suspect there were at least that many there! They utilized both levels of the center, making it a bit difficult but we did enjoy. Lots of Silent bid articles- at least 100 and upstairs were the regular auction things- again at least, or more, than 100. Dinner was Ziti and meatballs with salad and some meats and cheese for sandwiches. Desserts were plentiful and the table kept changing. Their goal was $50T and I suspect they easily made that. We ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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