Fairfield Inn Boston Woburn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... clothes designer, and as Bobbie and I strolled through Bond street their store was prominently located. We saw a huge bronze statue of FDR, a testament to WWII and the home where John Adams lived when he was our first ambassador to England, all within a block of our hotel. It's very easy to navigate on foot(bring your maps) lots of curvy streets, nothing square and if your not careful a Maseratti or BMW ready to run the innocents abroad ...
... an idea of how long the process would take. That way I could determine if I needed to give in and pay the toll into Boston as well as parking, or take my chances the next morning before my appt at the Consulate. The lady was oh so, not really!, pleasant when all I asked was how long does it usually take for it to be done. Her response, "Well, I don't know how many people will be in front of you when you come in." (And imagine it in a voice of a lady that sits at a computer ...
... to freshen up before heading out again. It was much cooler when we went out later for dinner and the wind had got up a bit. After dinner we headed back to The Esplanade for the concert and fireworks. The queue was immense. Security has been stepped up at public events after the Boston Marathon bombing and every person entering the area was subjected to a bag search and waved over by a detector wand. You were then issued with a numbered wrist band. Once in, the area ...
... served in the British navy and, as a result, had all sorts of interesting information to impart about things like climbing the mast (which I would never, ever, EVER want to do in a million years). Bob asked a bunch of questions about things that I never would have thought about like how fast the cannons could be reloaded and fired (about 1.5 minutes) and what firing all cannons at one time would do to the ship (it would have imploded).
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Ongoing Western Involvement/Manipulation: In country after country, you can still make out the marionette strings dangling above national sovereignty, with the clear sign that the West still plays both subtle and overt roles in African geopolitics. Rwanda was one such country where after the genocide of the Tutsis in 1994, it became apparent that both France and Belgium maintained a ...