Hampton Inn Boston Braintree
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... there called Boston Commons to people watch before heading back home for dinner and to sleep. Ate at a pizza place called Sal's. They have them quite frequently located but the pizza is cheap and very good. They had about 9 different pizzas you could choose from to order by the slice but one slice is literally 1/4 of the pizza. only $3.49.Was a nice relaxing day.
Hope everyone in Washington is enjoying their sunshine. :-)
Love you all,
Mercedes and Andrew
... as the lights turn RED, and head towards the airport. It's now 6:38 and check in closes at 6:55. Speeding towards the airport, suddenly the signs for Terminal 5 disappear, and we find ourselves heading for Staines! A roundabout lets us double back. It's now 6:45, we find the perimeter road, and at 6:50 enter the car park, park in the first slot. Our first bit of good luck, the Meet & Greet guy is waiting with the paperwork. Cases out, running to the lifts, ...
... of packing my bag in a dark room while 4 other people are fast asleep. This should be some sort of challenge: How to not wake people up but still effectively pack your bag. Hardest thing ever. Well, maybe not ever but it was pretty hard. I had to make my way to South Station to meet the Green Tortoise for 10am – less getting lost this time but sadly still looking like a tourist in my front & back pack.
The instructions of where to meet the Tortoise (outside South ...
... of his life. He became President when (What happened to Garfield? Do you remember?) Right! Assassinated by Charles Guiteau in 1881. First thing Arthur did was get rid of 20 or so wagons of old White House furniture. That made Congress mad, causing them to name the White House a National Historic Site so nothing else could be destroyed. His Presidency was as uneventful as his gravesite is nondescript. The only distinguishing characteristic is ...
... on Friday afternoon, took a boat out to Boston Harbor National Recreation Area on Saturday, had a warm and intimate take-out dinner at Leah's flat with her roommates and parents on Saturday night (to the sounds of girl groups), and then Sunday we witnessed the graduation.
Today I met my friend Judy Hanlon, who moved to Boston a month ago from Berkeley, at Harvard Square. She treated me to a lunch on ...
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