Hampton Inn Marlborough
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... The larger part is called the American Falls and the smaller part, the Bridal Veil Falls. Further along is another section called the Horseshoe Falls. Our views were not so good due to the rain and it is hard to take photos when holding an umbrella in one hand. We walked back up the hill and had a drink in one of the bars. It's amazing how a drink can change how things look - one drink and the sun was shining and everything ...
The time difference has been a real killer. I was out of bed a few minutes after 5am and Sam not long after.
The breakfast provided by the hotel was pretty good, for a free breakfast anyhow. I suspect the manager of the place was pulling his stringy hair out as he watched us demolish the bread and frosty flakes and really sweet fruit juice.
After breakfast we wandered about a kilometre down to Watertown Yard ...
... glitch with audio but got it resolved before the meeting began. I headed back into Boston to spend the day with the kids. Unfortunately now I was headed into Boston during rush hour. Ugh!!! Once at the hotel, the kids and I headed towards Quincy Market. We passed the Old South Meeting Hall, Faneuil Hall and many other historic sites. We grabbed some lunch at Quincy Market and browsed a few shops before walking back to our hotel. We retrieved our minivan and headed ...
... a full grown butterfly.
Fourth Stage: Butterfly- the butterfly emerges shaky and wet from the cocoon, they begin to flutter their wings to dry them and within a few hours they fly off to live out their last stage of life.
First Stage: Childhood
I had a great childhood, growing up the youngest of four children in a small town 30 miles north of Boston. We were comfortably middle-class and had a large backyard for ...
It was very sad to leave Eric and Janes this morning, but we leave with some fantastic memories of our time shared with Emma, Chad, Olivia, Dylan, Eric and Jane. We are looking forward to our next visit already. The drive to Boston took about 5 hours and was nice and easy with great weather which is forecast for the rest of our stay. Of course Boston is the home of the Red Sox baseball team who are currently in the World Series against St. Louis. Wednesday is ...