Hampton Inn Boston-Norwood
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... and that she didn't think she was beautiful. Well I thought she was. Once we brought her back to Lord Farquaad he did not want her; he thought she was disgusting. So Fiona and I ended up falling in love and together we built up enough courage and over threw Lord Farquaad and set Duloc free. Fiona and I then went back to my swamp to live happily ever after and I persevered enough and got all of the fairytale creatures their homes in Duloc back. It was an interesting ...
... then became slowly dragged into the horrible war with Liberia and Charles Taylor, eventually becoming the setting for Blood Diamond, the wonderful film with Leonardo DiCaprio. *****ia, despite potentially being on the good countries, has had too much political upheaval and rival tribal factions fighting among each other. Currently, Boko Haram is making inroads in the north, trying to fully enact an Islamic state in *****ia.
... totally crushed from the waist down, and died twice before they could stabilize him. The city was in lock-down from the bombing and they had to get special permission to airlift him to Mass General. Lots of health problems but to put it short, he had 2 hip replacements, 2 knee replacements, femur bone sticking out of skin, 7 operations and months of hospital and rehab. He is in wheelchair now and his usual happy self. Phil had visited him in rehab in August. ...
... and it was predicted, we had sunshine and the rain clouds came over as our ship sailed out, once again that lucky star is over our ship. After returning to the ship we ate and then a long session in the gym and then dinner with Barbara and Geoff. Phoned Wayne for his birthday and off to bed hoping for a better nights sleep with the aid of a sleeping pill unfortunately we are getting a lot of noise from the stabilisers that the captain is using to prevent pitching and rolling of the ...
... a different atmosphere to the Yankee stadium, maybe due to the size, maybe the intense rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees. There seemed to be fewer breaks between innings and the play seemed to keep going at a pace. We loved the wurlitzer organ music that played between the innings and at one point the whole stadium was instructed to stand and sing what was obviously a Rd Sox theme song, but to our amusement to the tune of the cockney song 'the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet