Extended Stay America - Boston - Woburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... imported from Connecticut. Not as much fun as Buddy’s but nice. Later found the Rosebud Diner, but it is now closed and new owners are supposed to be getting ready to open it. "The Rosebud is one of three traditional diners in Somerville, and the longest-standing in the city. Charles Peveloris opened the Rosebud in 1941, naming it as an ode to Citizen Kane, which came out that year. Peveloris sold it to Nichols in 1958. Buddy's Diner was installed ...
... top of the car and unscrewed the solar panel which was now just a bunch of broken glass pieces. We get back in the car after cleaning everything up and are trying to figure out how to get out of the parking garage when Chris goes to turn on the car. Lo and behold the Westy will not start! We had been having a little trouble with the ignition key not wanting to turn but in the end after a couple tries it always worked. This time though it would not work. So we were ...
... I get a flat "yes." Awesome, one more expense to add to the never ending bill. Upon asking if they know of anyone, they give me a list of 3, one which is in the building. Yay!
Down one floor, which I took the elevator for so I didn't get stuck again, I find the translation office. for the short 4 pages I have for my background check I am estimated $125. For real!? I kindly thank them and move on. I call one of the of the other options and again $125-150. ...
... suburb of New York that was quite urban by American standards other than
New York’s. I loved getting away from the crowds and to what seemed like the wide
open spaces in the South or Upstate New York on family trips in high school and
even more so the West when I finally got there in my college years. Open spaces
represented freedom while cities represented the confinement of my youth which
I wanted to escape. So I didn’t think too highly of ...
... at least it was air conditioned.
Quick Hitters: Second consecutive game Arietta has carried a no hitter late in the game...Third base ball girl made two great plays on foul balls but booted a third opportunity (all in one half inning) ... A tribute before the game to Jack Lanzillotti, a producer who died along with his girlfriend in a traffic accident ... All the vendors carry their bins overhead, never using a strap ... Home ...