Fairfield Inn & Suites Worcester Auburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... end of the day and ate all the leftovers in our fridge. A little salad, soup, pasta and corn filled us up and left us feeling sleepy. We played some video games until we couldn’t keep our eyes open any longer and passed out. We conquered Boston and put all the negativity from the previous day behind us. It was a beautiful place and hopefully one day we will be able to go back and watch another Patriots game in the city. Too bad they are Bruins fans or they would be ...
... on Sunday!
- Sra. Osorio: I am looking forward to see the students’ eyes when discovering all these places. To see their expressions when learning about architecture, art, food, traditions, etc. I am looking forward to seeing some of them using the Spanish language, making connections, and enjoying themselves in a new environment, in a new culture away from home as well as learning and discovering new things about themselves. ...
... set up this travel blog. This is our first attempt at blogging so we hope you enjoy it. Hopefully we will post new items daily. We depart on Friday for our 7000 mile adventure. We hope to come back from this trip as a stronger family unit if we don't kill each other first. Lacroix Family Dulcey, Gary, Zach, Benji & ...
Several folks needed to dry their feet or head off for other obligations, so six of us continued on to Grassy Pond, a contiguous piece of conservation land just west of Nagog Hill. First, we checked the map.
Flatter and, according to the map, less wet than the Nagog Hill land, we anticipated an easy walk of just over a mile.
... but I was told that you're allowed to bring your gun into the building. And I also met the governor, Governor John Lynch, who offered to have his picture taken with me, which has not happened at any of the other capitols I've visited.
After touring the State House I visited the nearby Museum of New Hampshire History. Most state history museums ...