Days Hotel & Conference Center-Methuen
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... 5pm.Since this was Superbowl Sunday, I went downstairs to get some of the snacks for the Super Bowl party and sat in the great room and watched some of the commercials during the game. They served a casual buffet dinner at half time. That consisted of a kale salad, mushroom strudel and choice of fish or prime rib. I got the beef and it was very good. The chef carves it for you and you can request well done, medium, rare etc. The mushroom strudel ...
... a fully formed business plan in front of 600 of my peers. I performed in my largest part I have ever had in a fully student directed musical. I passed all of my 6 classes (as far as I know). I can navigate the T system expertly and have so many plans for next semester already. It just doesn't seem like it can be real.
Classes wrapped up for me on Tuesday. I took my last two finals and they both went very well. I get my official grades this coming Tuesday and I hope to ...
> Travelogue part two,
> Cruising is a very relaxing way to travel. Unpack once and no hassle finding a variety of good dinning. We cruised at night usually leaving our previous port between five and seven and arriving at the next port at 8 o'clock. this made for good sleeping with the gentle rocking of the ship. On the TV you can get what's called the Captains Log, it gives you the size of the waves, where the ship is, how far you to ...
... as I had been already travelling and camping for many weeks, I needed a pamper day. And boy did she deliver! A full body massage, a manicure and pedicure, I was in heaven! That day a friend of Kristen and Anna's was turning 21, so what would any decent friend do? Obviously take him to Boston and get him blindingly drunk. Zack took it like a pro and managed to retain his decorum which I was pleasantly surprised by, considering how many ...
Across from the Burying Grounds lay The State House, an impressive gilded dome structure nicknamed "the hub of the universe," although I thought, in the land of the golden phallus, "knob" would have been more appropriate.
A few skips beyond was the Park Street Church, predated to 1804 when the "Religious Improvement Society" began weekly meetings with lectures and prayer. After 200 years, the church is still engaged in current social issues. ...