La Quinta Inn & Suites Salem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... in terms of some colourful leaves at Harvard uni too. Tired especially due to waking at 5am (gotta love jet lag) but had to pack everything in as we leave Boston tomorrow as we pick up our transportation - this time not a Campervan but probably a ridiculously oversized ...
... was another deaf blind student here called Laura Dewey Bridgman. She graduated and was the first deaf blind person to do so. She was bright and determined and thrived here. It was her who convinced Helen Keller's teacher Anne to take on the job. Before Braille was used, students here used raised English lettering and read that. In fact Howe was resistant to Braille for many years as he felt that using Braille would isolate young people, as with raised English letters they ...
We did the walking tour of the Freedom Trail. Our guide was very knowledgeable and really made me think. He kept saying if you don't know where you've been, you don't know where you're going. I wish all of the politicians had to do a month long course about the founding ...
... and therefore myself, does not cover in exhaustive detail the history of every single African country. Places like Morocco, Libya, Western Sahara, and Tunisia are not mentioned frequently. Libya definitely gets a reasonable amount of coverage, due to the machinations of Muammar Gaddafi, but that's about it. When reading, you should look for the broader strokes rather than the minutia.
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... the World Series. They interviewed this little Jewish lady. She was making everyone chuckle because she was telephoning everyone she knows to tell them she was going to be on the news. She was doing it loudly, and even throughout the tour itself. The tour group was huge. Definitely the most people I've ever shared a tour with, and crazy for the guy to keep control of. He had a buddy keeping up the rear to make sure everyone stayed together and did not venture where ...