Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Wednesday morning I had some bacon at the ranch before being driven back to the Sheraton in Steamboat by about 9:45am. I was assigned room 513 which is a studio efficiency/condo. The hotel was sold out for the night so they upgraded my room, otherwise I would have been in a traditional hotel room. The room had a stove, microwave, full size refrigerator and washer/dryer.
I then met up with my instructor and we walked over ...
... for the remaining chemo cycles as the dates for treatment often get changed making it hard to plan ahead for that.
It’s never a good time to be a cancer patient & it feels hard to start chemo again at this point. I'm in the allergy desensitizaton suite because I am allergic to the drugs I need for a cure. The chemo-therapeutics are given at a very specialized and slow rate hopefully below that which will trigger the IGE antibody ...
... Spanish queen? Oddly, Miss Massachusets, apparently Miss America 2014, put in an appearance, without a gun! There was much simulated firing of ancient rifles and pistols, but thankfully no canons. There was representation from all the local candidates for Governor, with much smiling, high fiving, hand shaking and glad-handing; local radio stations, the Hells Angels and the occasional bank popped up too. Not sure what Christopher would have made of all this, I must say.
I had time to go to church this morning! I was given a blessing at church as well! Everyone was so excited for me and told me to have a wonderful time!
Of course we had to have brunch at Denny's (where else) with the Deans! It was nice to see them before I left.
We had ended up leaving our house about half an hour early, and it was a good thing we did ...
... on one of the 'free city walking tours' that the hostel offered, which turned out to be one of my beat decisions yet. I met a crazy amount of people and it was actually a great tour, although everyone spent most of the time talking to one another! While on the walking tour we had all decided that we would go to a Red Sox baseball game if we could afford it. When arriving back at the hostel, we found tickets that were only 20 dollars each and booked them right ...