Fairfield Inn & Suites Boston Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... back to the car. Then we saw on the map that Plum Island is here so on down main street and crossed onto the island. There are lots of huge homes on the northern part of this skinny island. This is a place that constantly loses homes to tidal and ocean storms and think the government should replace the homes and shore up the sand banks. Then we went south on the island and found that it is a Federal Wildlife Sanctuary. Our Golden Age cards got us in. We did ...
... off to Dallas where we had a four hour layover, then on to Reno arriving at 10:15 PM. We stayed the night at the Spoo's, got up early the next morning and drove home. I had told Ken that I was going to take it easy unpacking and doing the laundry, just couldn't do it. In three hours I was unpacked, cleaned up after the cats, and done my laundry. You can't teach an old dog new tricks!
> What did I learn from this wonderful trip. That ...
... T is heaven! We have to meet at Boston Library, which is in Copley Square. I bump into Saba as I approach, John is already there, and there are three new faces on this one: two Jewish ladies and one of their granddaughters. They've done tours before with Saba, and are all really nice people, and immediate interrogate John and I about everything -related to the tour or not! Totally hilarious. We hang around in the library for a short while. It's a beautiful building, and has a ...
... in search of beer. Being in the outer suburbs the bars were much cheaper, a pitcher for 9 bucks. Went to a Brazilian cafe for dinner, had a really tasty cheap burger. Back at the hostel we got chatting to some travellers on the terrace. A war veteran who just returned from Afgan was still a bit shaken up. An Irish girl who was wasted and a guy from Ohio who was doing a paper on Indian trading routes between the 17th and 19th ...
... degrees and the officer assigned to the nuclear torpedo was called by Savitsky to assemble the nuclear torpedo. Even though Savitsky did not have authority to launch it he was quoted as saying something along the lines of 'we're all going to die as it is, so we may as well take them down and do some serious damage as we go'. It was only that the crew and he himself managed to rein in his temper that the dispatch was prevented. This was all unbeknown to the ex com and us army!! ...