Extended Stay America - Foxboro - Norton
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... and since we had another lovely and warm day, it was a nice day out of the city. We stopped at a town called Ashby, where there is a white clapboard church and graveyard at the back. We heard the story of Prince Estabrooke, who was a negro slave. He fought and was wounded at the Battle of Lexington and Concorde, the first battle of the Revolutionary War. Dying around the age of 90, Prince’s personal life is a mystery. He is buried at ...
... I grabbed some stuff from Starbucks for breakfast and found one of these open squares right in the heart of the cloud to sit and eat and watch the campus come to life. After breakfast I wandered back to the hotel and got organised for my first class:- 'Strategy in Action'. I walked back up to Longfellow Hall. It is such a hot day that walking even the short distance in 'work clothes' was not great. But I ...
... building downtown. We toured it - he and his first wife had 8 kids, then she died and he remarried and had 8 more! He was not only a silversmith but a part time dentist and engraver. We stopped in a printing museum around the corner where a guy was coloring a copper engraved print of the Boston Massacre. He said that another artist had engraved the original, but Paul Revere copied it and got ...
... to the Old Town Pub and got a cheeseburger with onion rings. It was quite tasty. The Espresso martini was good too.
Saturday was my last ski day. I met my instructor and went up the gondola. It started out sunny and then turned cloudy. Then it turned sunny again. We started over off Storm Peak Express and then moved all around the mountain before stopping for lunch at Ragnar’s where I got a sandwich special—-a BLT with pork ...
... the menu and I always enjoy a dinner there. Both Helmand & Rangzen offer reasonably priced flavorful food that we can’t get in rural New Hampshire.
And then there are the food trucks: we know they are a trend now across the country. I’ve gotten a good idea of the difficulty putting out a successful concept and tasty food from watching The Food Truck Wars on TV’s Food Network. But, Oh the Boston Food Trucks:). I check ...