Hampton Inn Franklin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a trail it was. I bobbed and I weaved looking up at road signs and back at my map....pouncing upon innocent bystanders when confusion reigned. I managed to track the route without too much difficulty and by the time I arrived back at the start, I had been exploring and finding for some five hours. I made my way back to Cambridge to try out an organic restaurant which had caught my eye prior called Life Alive. They served up ...
... petting the stingrays!
Rachel - I liked watching the fur seals playing with each other. I liked the blue penguins and the pink octopus!
Sadie - I liked seeing the harbor and fur seals. I also liked the behind the scenes tour. I had a great day!
Lizzy - My favorite was the behind the scenes tour because I got to hold a starfish. Also, I liked having one on one time with my mom ...
... end of the island. Betsy, Elaine and I walked along the road pass several resorts and a golf club passing through a gate at Leeward. We cut over to the beach and return to Club Med. We went 2.7 miles in 1 hour. We met up with the rest of our group for breakfast, which was standard fare though a wide selection ranging from eggs and bacon to cereals, fruit and pastries. We were too late stacking a claim on a beach shelter, so we settled for a poolside umbrella, ...
... The first two charges cost the British many casualties, but it also cost the Americans valuable ammunition that would prove to be a decisive factor in their being overrun on the third and final charge. Though they lost the battle, the American Militiamen proved that they could hold their own against the harden veterans of the British Army. In 1843, a 221-foot-tall granite obelisk was erected as a monument to the Battle of Bunker Hill. Atop the hill by the monument was ...
... it very *************struct anything-Add in animal damage and just being 2000 years old and a wonder they could come to any conclusions. All in all a very good exhibit. From there to Mt Vernon for dinner and then home, early tonight so maybe, for a change we will get to bed early!
July 2nd Tuesday-We started out for the Science Museum again, and after fighting MUCH traffic today arrived to find the parking garage was FULL and no place ...