Hampton Inn Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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On the ferry back from P town to Boston. The sun is setting and it's quiet on the boat. You can tell that everyone had a full day.
This has been a great time because of the quiet to reflect and know that I am very lucky to be able to travel and do these amazing things that I do.
P-Town was fun and to be on a bike just riding along (and dodging tourists). Whether it was seeing the place we used to vacation ( it ...
... up and away from the face... I am very glad that we have advanced to hair tied now though; it looked like just a bit to much effort first thing in the morning! The next thing which caught my attention was a broach and earrings made of taxidermied hummingbirds with rubies for eyes! Victorian England obsessed with the exotic and saw these as an appropriate gift for those mourning a loved one as hummingbirds were known: associated with being a 'stopper of time' representing death ...
... weren't having mind expanding conversations, it was just college. Finally we passed a quintessentially professor looking fellow, tweed jacket, leather patches, Burberry scarf, very scholarly. He ripped a **** right as he walked past us, pretty much perfectly providing a metaphor for out Harvard ...
... We’re only looking for something casual tonight so we head to the Prudential Center. We spy that traditional East Coast, Boston eatery – California Pizza Kitchen. Not wanting bread-based foods, we both opt for salads (half portions – I remember opting for the full portion in LA) which are amazing. Except my Candied Peach Salad with added Smokewood Bacon seems to be missing the bacon. To make up for not complaining about our falsely promised ...
... some snaps at Copley Sq. I headed up the waterfront through a series of green mini-parks and back to Al's for lunch... and then back to the bar for a drinkey-poo. I struck up a nice conversation with a couple of Bostonian girls about the local area. Ted, the eponymous movie hero, suggests that "Boston women, on the whole, are a paler, uglier sort than the women of elsewheres in life". That wasn't true in this case, but but they certainly had a proper Mark ...