Days Hotel & Conference Center-Methuen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... one of the most often overlooked–figures of the early abolitionist movement in America." I wonder if this is whom Ruggles Station and Street are named after). We ended up in Northeastern University Territory and fortunately a young students saw us trying to decipher the map and gave us directions. The Museum was just around the corner. A digression here..... She, who is by all accounts a ...
... found 2, one to wear tomorrow and one with long sleeves that I think I will take on our overseas trip. Also found a pair of PJ with long pants, not the mid-calf ones that I DO NOT like. And everything happened to be 50% off so really did well cost wise! Oh, all three items are shades of yellow! Are you surprised?? Back home and Rudy was waiting to go out. I took more things to the car and tomorrow should be easy. Have my food ready to take to the reunion too. ...
... after talking to him for about 5 minutes I automatically felt comfortable around him. He was retired and is currently living in Florida, he'd booked a two week trip up the east coast and back down again, while talking he had told me that he likes to have chocolate milk and cookies before bed but needed to walk to the store, and so I felt it was only right to walk with him. When returning from the store, he had his chocolate milk and cookies and said ...
... better. We were also lucky to be there on the Memorial day weekend and most of the shops had 75% off. A lot of people go there from around North America and also from overseas just for the shopping but it is an all year round destination with hiking in the summer and skiing and snowmobiling in the winter. Seeing the bears and moose and humming bird was also a huge bonus. One lady said she had lived there for four years and had never seen a bear. All ...
We have had quite a few adventures since our last entry.
First of all, the Sox game! Of course the kids had a blast, and from all accounts, the kids believe we were on the jumbotron eleven times! That is unprecedented to say the least.
The following day we went to Sturbridge Village to experience what life was like in an 1800s village. The students enjoyed talking with the docents who ...