Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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... Ken and Joan come through – I ordered the Swarovski Crystal earrings that Ken makes that look like little Christmas trees. We stayed home and in the afternoon it began to snow, but only about an inch and that is wet sloppy snow. We are having hamburgers and beans for supper here. I did my pie for tomorrow and made some snowball things. Just have to heat the ham and put the white stuff on the pie tomorrow!
November 27th ...
... had communicated with a Harvard history professor, Mark Kramer, about an alleged crisis in U.S.-Soviet relations in October, 1983, during a NATO staff exercise called 'Able Archer'. Jens had written an article about the non-crisis, and Mark is in the process of finalizing his own, which will be published in the academic journal, International Security. Mark had invited Jens to come and visit him at Harvard, and we spent ...
... waiting for the bus as well as get some exercise. Little did I know that I would not make it to Boston, let alone to the subway 5 miles away.
While riding on the street, a car door opened without my noticing and the next thing I knew I was laying on the ground in immense pain. The whole time I was being questioned and looked over, all that was going through my mind was that I am suppose to be on a plane in 3 weeks and I ...
... 31 years ---I was 7 the last time I was there) or just going around town. Was a nice time to get away. Definitely need to go back.
At first the biking was easy as town was quiet. BUt as the traffic got more and more, I had to bring the bike back early as the streets were full of people. Arnold's was a great place to get a bike. the staff was super nice.
Spending time with my friend Marcos was great as well. ...
... Italian delicatessens, ice cream parlours and restaurants with paintings if famous Italian art and scenes of Rome and Venice in the walls inside. There were ladies sat outside their doorsteps on benches speaking in Italian and although I have only been to Italy once u could recognise the style of house and decor from my visit! After walking through a few Italian-risqué streets I came to the next stop which was the house of Paul Revere. I had missed it by 15 minutes! So ...