Fairfield Inn Boston Woburn
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... room to chill for a second. Around 3, we went back out and saw some shops that we wanted to see, then stopped at an irish pub and watched the Red Sox v Yankees 4 pm 2nd game of the series. The Sox did not look that good today (and eventually lost), but we saw Cespedes first start since the trade this week. Around 6, the girls met us at the Nike store and Ala, Copey and I got new shoes. We proceeded to clean up and then go to Legal Seafoods for our second ...
... at least it was air conditioned.
Quick Hitters: Second consecutive game Arietta has carried a no hitter late in the game...Third base ball girl made two great plays on foul balls but booted a third opportunity (all in one half inning) ... A tribute before the game to Jack Lanzillotti, a producer who died along with his girlfriend in a traffic accident ... All the vendors carry their bins overhead, never using a strap ... Home ...
... and I said this time "Jaahn". That was the clue! "Hi Jaahn, welcome to Jamacia Plain." So in future it will be "Jaahn".
Inside we were again greeted by a brother who conducted the WT study Dan Sadaris and Marjorie, a very black sister with the whitest of broad smiles. After a few more introductions including Dan's wife Carrie (they told us they were going to Zimbabwe for the regional convention in August) the meeting ...
... totally sure what it meant! But I digress. Boston ultimately used to be an island as at many points during the year, were the weather to be particularly bad, the river would flood and Boston would be disconnected from main land America. This neck if land is where Bostonians 'conveniently' built the prison! In the Old State House downstairs was where the priced of foods and goods were decided for the next month or so and the taxes on imported goods agreed. Boston had many ...
... other minute and it's too warm to leave them on. It's probably a good way to keep money in your wallet as you end up passing shops because you couldn't be bothered.
We wander back passed our hotel to check out the USS Constitution which is the flagship of the US Navy and the oldest operating naval ship in the world. When we arrive we are told we need I.D. to go on board which Anthony Fleetwood does not have so he heads back to the hotel while the rest of ...