Hampton Inn Boston-Norwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Columbia Raincoat along the trail and as it was getting dark and no other hikers around we brought it home. Fits Phil just great. Next a stop at Stoneham Library and Phil’s book is out and has people waiting in line for it! Home for a while and then to Mt Vernon for our meal. Cool out today and a nor’easter heading our way in a couple of days, so looks like fall is here and winter is on its way.
October 21, 22nd. We stayed ...
... 8217;! Horses and carts everywhere. We walked in several directions and did arrive back at the meeting place. Then bus ride back to the hotel. We had opted not to do the museum tour, an optional item, and instead walked to a nearby mall to look around. Going back to the hotel decided to cross a very busy intersection and visit a McDonald’s just for fun. There were no cross walks at this very busy intersection. There was a policeman there who motioned us to ...
... part. :D I felt pretty good at this point, minus the fact that all I had was a printed version of a scanned copy of the medical certificate, but the new one was in the mail.
However, in the mail to me is a whole new adventure these days. Because I lived where I am staying at the moment before I changed my address to my brother's house in WI, anytime I have something sent to me, regardless of how many people I ℅, it bounces back to my brother's address in WI. ...
... ship wear evenly. We were really lucky that the forecasted rain did not arrive while we were doing this walk as it would not have been enjoyable to do the three hour walk in the rain. The guide had a lot of info that you do not get int the guide books like how the original owner of the land that is now Boston Common was a drinker who liked to ride his horse naked (which did not sit at all well with the Puritan English settlers), how ...
... together a flag garden in honour of Memorial Day. There were 37,000 U.S flags planted to represent each Massachusetts service member killed in action for the United States since the Revolutionary War. Some families had come along and allocated photos to a flag. I began the freedom trail at the monument I the hill in Boston Common. The first stop was the new state house with its gold dome. Unfortunately the house was shut given that it was Memorial Day but that was probably no ...