Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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... found but today it was a hit. I got the grilled rib eye steak with the house potato (shredded potato with cilantro, deep fried and covered in cheese sauce). Your meal also comes with extensive salad bar and bread and cinnamon rolls. I also got the mud pie for dessert.
I then browsed in the Ski Haus before getting the town bus back to the hotel. Ski Haus is one of my favorite shops, as they have lots of merchandise.
Friday I got up ...
... were featured on the big screens which made the whole game feel like a party. It was a great, fun experience. The Bruins won 5-3 - but at the end of the game, nothing really happened.... no team cries, no team song. No one had flags or signs. Everyone was dressed in the team clothes etc.... but the end of the game was different to footy. Tom got some cool photos of the players :-) Was a great start to our stay in Boston! ...
... collapse of stable Arab regimes and the rise of Islamist revolutionaries eager to go back to the days of the Caliphate and to wipe Israel off the map had placed Israel in yet another precarious situation.
170,000 rockets in the hands of Hamas and Hezbollah, the collapse of Syria and the teetering of Jordan and Lebanon and the rising delegitimization efforts of Israel’s enemies (and some of her friends too!) were making it harder ...
... John and Marilyn Mraz and start a tour.
Before we start the tour in Venice, we will have two nights in Gallarate at a bed and breakfast owned by relatives of Mabla and Ricco Luini, who were close friends of my dad's mom and dad in Great Falls, Montana. They have promised to take us to the church in Mercallo where my grandparents were married.
We take a late flight tonight to the home of John, Paul, George and Ringo, ...
... tall. I'm not really sure what the point was to this, but I guess it is different, which is good. From there, we crossed the river into a part of Boston called Charleston. Our first site over here was the USS constitution site. This boat was named by George Washington and is the oldest naval sailing boat in the world. It is most famous for having a big part in the war of 1812 against Great Britain. Some website will say it helped win 5 battles, but ...