Hampton Inn Boston-Norwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... us through the neighborhood (Brookline, a veritable Jewish haven) on the way to Meg's. Funny they live about 5 minutes away from each other. We schlep everything in and say our goodbyes to Toni. Meg shares a three bedroom house in Jamaica Plain...it's cute. Meg's room is good size, the only drawback...her closet is too narrow to hang any clothes. Erin is feeling pretty good so we decide to venture out to Faneuil Hall, ...
... 5:45 am and out to finish fixing my patio for the Yard sale. Not many people but I got rid of $50 of stuff! I was happy. More house cleaning, mainly sorting through drawers and such – I have a big ‘Salvation Army’ bag started. I am tired tonight and will go to bed early. Dinner of the leftover pre thanksgiving dinner we had.
November 16 Sunday-Up early and did some more cleaning and after a shower headed to the huge Mesa Swap. I ...
... walk finished at the Bunker Hill Monument, an obelisk, with 294 steps which we climbed to gain a good aerial view over the city.
A late lunch ensued in a bar showing the Bruins' latest match, on 4 separate tv sets scattered about the room. We ate well and liberally - probably skip supper today! - and after a post-prandial stroll over the Common decided to retreat to our own bunker in Watertown. A tiring day of walking and ...
... response (I like to think so). The plan finally cut thru all the red tape with a majority of just seven votes. Faneuil Hall became an alternative meeting place for the Patriots of Boston.
Deanne did a little souvenir shopping for about 10 minutes, so I parked myself on a bench and waited in the leafy thoroughfare alongside The Old North Church. A couple of blokes sat close by me, cooling themselves in the shade of this most important steeple and talking about Paul ...
... what it is at the opportune moment. I made it to America though so it can’t have been the passport I forgot. The flight was uneventful. A rare show of brotherly love found me upgraded to Premium Economy, which should’ve been delightful in every direction. I had an aisle seat but the man next to me very kindly swapped and let me sit at the window as he had no preference. Sadly, as I found out, he also liked ...