The Four Points by Sheraton Norwood Hotel & Conference Center
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... restaurant in Brookline, called Abbey's, I think. Great food..fish taco for me, blue cheese burger for Meg, tuna melt for Toni and spicy tomato soup and cheese melt for Erin..yummy all around. Great for Erin and Toni to catch up...just met her step brother Mark the other day in Novato before we left, he and Toni both say "you guys eat out a lot". Erin and I say no, we've been traveling and just post a lot. After lunch ...
... if I find better Sunday at the Mesa Swap I will take these back. Then in afternoon I had a DR appt. My last with a doctor I really like, but he has opted out of the insurance that I have. He, like my doctor before, said they are paying the doctors less and less and they are working more hours than ever. From there home to put out some of my yard sale stuff for a sale tomorrow. And finally off to bed!
November 15th Saturday—I was ...
... lots of Americans, Germans, the odd French (what else?), strangely not too many Japanese. Boston as a city has a strong Chinese influence and its population reflects this. We passed by the two State Houses, several significant churches and graveyards and many references to Paul Revere, but nowhere did we encounter any reference to the Boston Tea Party. (Hancock and Adams, two political figures, did feature on the odd ...
... the Revolution so there was much rejoicing, especially when the State House insignia of Unicorn & Lion was torn from the rafters and set ablaze on King Street. Let the good times roll!
Faneuil Hall is sometimes called "the cradle of liberty" which sounds pretty cool until you learn it was funded and built by Peter Faneuil, a wealthy American colonial merchant, slave trader, and philanthropist. Perhaps that's why Pete's offer of a "free" hall was met with such a ...
... br> Upon clearing LAX I stopped by my usual haunt “Euro Caffe” in Beverly Hills where I go to get the last good coffee I expect to have for the next three weeks. This is my ritual. I returned to LAX shortly thereafter, all caffeinated and borderline friendly. I set out for the airport yesterday (????) confident in the knowledge I had forgotten something very important. I’ve no doubt ...