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Travel Blogs from Seabrook
... they were locking the door and walking away. Tried Café Italia but they were closed too and the only left Harrington’s, an Irish pub here in Wakefield. It is usually crowded but only a few at this time (a bit after 11) so we stopped for one beer. Met some people who know Phil while there, talked a bit and home after a long day. The wedding is over and we can relax!
June 23rd-Sunday-Another nice day- We had planned on going to the beach but ...
... to make the movie if no more interruptions so off we went. Lots of traffic but we made it with 4 minutes to spare! Would have been better to have missed it though. We saw Anna Karina, not a well done movie. The props and clothing were great-the dialog was hard to understand and the plot was thin and ‘jerky’, just no flow to it, just not an enjoyable movie- Phil was bored and wanted to go home and even napped a bit. At last it was over! Home for a short time, took care ...
... by the end of this month!
Oct 11th Thursday – When we arrived at home last evening the car was flashing the low tire light again, but when Phil checked this morning there was no tire low. He took the car back to Volvo and told them to replace the sensor if it was going to give false readings all the time, and he walked home – about 1 ˝ miles. Later we walked around Quannapowitt Lake stopping at the sausage man’s truck for ...
... used to be the train line but is now the Southwest Corridor Park. It is a beautiful, wide and winding trail with wildflower havens for butterflies. It is like suddenly being outside of the city! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southwest_Corrido r_Park Images for boston southwest corridor park photos On the way back to the Y we stopped by Suya’s building and she came out to talk for a few minutes. On to the Y where we talked with Saul-his High School diploma arrived ...
... less of a feeling of entering the unknown. My joy at finishing was more due to the fact that I had finished rather than due to the scale of the accomplishment.
They say the first time is always special and memorable and it is true for bicycling aswell.
So what did I learn?
I learnt that I still have the strength of character to endure the constant early morning and long days on the road.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking