Extended Stay America - Foxboro - Norton
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... hangouts, The Trident Bookstore. The driver, Al from Albania, I'm not kidding, asks where we are headed. We explain and he drops us, not at the scheduled stop, but right in front of the store. He asks how long we'll be there and he gives us his number and tells us to call when we are ready to leave and he'll come pick us up. As we're a couple of minutes early we have plenty of time to peruse the menu. Not sure that's a ...
... we went to the Husky hockey game. It was so fun! Afterwards Kendall and I went to the Underwear Run, a Northeastern tradition. While Kendall and I did not actually run in our underwear (we chose sports bras and spandex shorts), there were some who did. A lot of men in thongs. Some things are better left unseen. We ran through campus and then all the way up Huntington Avenue to the Prudential Center (a shopping mall), through the center and then through the reflecting ...
... one more dose of Lobster for a late lunch! Wandered around the very lovely Harbourside.
This morning the temperature is predicted to be 25 degrees and we are packing ready to catch the first leg of our 27 hour journey home!
We are all sad to be ending this great adventure - we have had a ball together and being with such good, old(!) friends has been the icing on top of the cake.
See you all soon and we promise not to bore you too ...
... said Deanne, "considering they caused most of them."
Up next, another burying ground, this time the Granary featuring the buried bones of Paul Reverie and at least 3 signers of the Declaration of Independence, John Hancock and his signature being the most notable. On the way out we noted the grave of Mother Goose and also John Phillips, which got me very excited - that is, until Deanne pointed out, John Phillips, first Mayor of Boston, not the lead singer of 60s ...
I was going to start with 'Here I go again on my own' but I’m pretty sure I started the last blog that way. I guess I should think of something new. Maybe "Have car, have credit card, will travel."
Remember my last blogged trip? Where I went to Utah (and New Orleans and Philadelphia) and had the most awesome time? I hired a muscle car and drove around all the national parks and did super cool stuff and ...