Hampton Inn Marlborough
Travel Blogs from Marlborough
... into my very nice cabin. It’s very much like the one I had on my voyage to Australia by way of Antarctica, with the addition of a bath tub! I’m tired and my foot is killing me so I plan to lay low for a few days and give it a chance to heal before the first opportunity to go ashore.
During most of the first day at sea we sailed through dense fog on very calm ...
... giving his first public speech at the age of 6 for his grandfathers birthday, in the press room now named after him. He also announced his candidacy for Congress and had his bachelor party here, and the Parker's Restaurant in the lobby was where he proposed to his wife.
I bet this place has some stories to tell! The restaurant created what is now the official state dish of Massachusetts, the Boston Cream Pie, in 1867.
Venturing out to explore the ...
Wa! So I'd just written half a post when the stupid computer at my internship deleted it. Sad Face. But anyway, I had way too much free time at my internship today so I spent most of the day summarizing my entire trip into one three page itinerary. Because I tend to be kind of OCD and organized (shock and surprise, I know) and like to have everything in one place. Plus I booked my flight back from London to Auckland (a few days later than originally planned, to give ...
Now I am comfortably seated at a small table near the snack bar....prime location for snackage and food gobbling...of which I am an expert.
So...lots of time to kill. The best use of my time might be to get a head start on some of my reading for London, or applying for an internship, or better yet applying for a JOB.
The likelihood of this productive outcome?
I'll let you decide.
Cold and rainy in Boston. Will that stop us?
What do you think? Parted ways today as Judy wanted to visit the genealogy
centre and check out info on her great-great-grandfather, so after another
harrowing drive through Boston
we returned the car to Avis and took to the streets by foot once again.
Keith and I rambled through the
beautiful Public Park and Boston ...