Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - Connector Road
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We rounded off the day with the blue man show, which although it was pretty much the same as the one we saw in Berlin, we thoroughly enjoyed (except for when we all got covered in banana)!! We will definitely sleep well tonight - Helen's Fitbit registered over 20000 steps for the day (double the target) and 14 km ...
... with the stallholder.
atter trawling through 3 Asian supermarkets, none of which had rendang paste, I walked down to join Maureen and Richard and some of their friends at the chart house restaurant for dinner. These are all ridiculously successful scientists and biologists who jet around the world for conferences, and I couldn't help feel a little ridiculous in my leopard print leggings at an upper class restaurant. However. The company was good and so was the ...
... it was a strange feeling closing up the grand piano one last time for a long time. But its all beautiful. it's all beautiful. It was moving to be a part of those services, to hear the eulogies, to perform those songs one last time in church. ok,
Also going to miss performing for the residents and my friends at the Cadbury Commons' Memory Unit in Cambridge. Ive done music nearly every single friday since January of '14, and I've become very close to a handful of ...
Being in Boston surrounded by so much history was a wonderful experience. Our guide for the Freedom Trail Walk, Francine, imparted her love of Boston and it's history. The streets of Boston were paved with stones brought over as ballast on empty ships In front of Paul Revere's home, you can still see the cobblestone streets. The north end of Boston was first a Jewish neighborhood, then it was Irish, and finally the ...
... just fax or email a scanned version of the med certificate, due to my condition. They were very nice about it but explained that I needed to have the original paper stamped. I woke up the next day, got to the bus with a minute or two to spare and hobbled into the city. I was used to the looks by now, being that I had a dark bruise on my upper lip, my entire right shoulder/upper arm was covered in a deep bruise, and my leg was ...