La Quinta Inn & Suites Salem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's 18.36 and I am dining alone in Al Dente which is in the North End of Boston - "Little Italy". There are authentic Italian restaurants lining the streets. I have order tri-colour tortellini with a sauce called "pesto" which sounded rather tasty. I also have a glass of Riesling, which, though I say so myself is rather good for the sum of $9.50 per glass. Just what I fancied. So this is what dining alone is like - all the bread to myself! It's super ...
... gridiron) game. We got to Harvard in plenty of time to take a look around the Uni and the town. Once again the architecture and history of the buildings we found very interesting. We have been so lucky with the weather too so walking around has been the best way to soak it all up. In the main street we went into the 'Coop', which is the campus shop. Now this place is bigger than a Sydney department store and is ...
... the largest collection of non-medical books about VI in the world. We then met with Dorinda Rife, the superintendent for Education here. She moved here from Texas 5 years ago and hasn't looked back. The 3 of us discussed the issues we all face and some of the creative ways we have tried to overcome them. Like us Perkins is facing the challenges of inclusion and commissioners trying desperately tying to keep young people in county etc. they have had a slight reduction ...
... nation...hopefully they'd learn a thing or two about patriotism and get back to our roots and stop all the ridiculous nonsense going on today. Moving on ... Now we're eating at a FANTASTIC restaurant in the North End aka Little Italy. Our food was affordable and ...
... in the face of political instability, and also aiming to secure access to key resources like oil in Gabon and uranium in *****. This article in Al-Jazeera paints a brief but accurate snapshot of France's ongoing influence peddling in its former African colonies.
The Belgians really saw their colonies, which included the Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi, as private fiefdoms fit solely for total economic exploitation. In the Congo, ...