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... diving board that you realise how cold the water below you might turn out to be. I am excited about what these thirty-five days will bring, but I am also quite nervous. I'm about to be immersed in, and exposed to, many different facets of the world's third-largest corporate travel company, BCD Travel.
I'll be an associate in the "Fast Track Leadership Programme," a whirlwind (but thorough) work experience placement that will take me to Latin America, to India, to ...
... s summer home at Walker Point. This property has been in the Bush (Walker) family for years but security was amped up when Bush became president. A separate house was built on the property to accommodate the security personnel. It is on a small peninsula and totally visible from the public coastal road so we could get a good view from the slowly moving bus - no stopping is allowed opposite the property. The return trip to Boston along the highway was a much quicker ride - back by ...
... staying in the rooms; Portland is a beautiful town, I see the appeal for living in this area, Barbara's home is gorgeous; the Silsby siblings miss Margaret and Bill, it is good to see everyone again but in the limited time the conversations are light. Last thought of the day is to push the INSTAGRAM APP on my siblings this weekend..would be great to share experiences outside of the times we get ...
And on we go. This day we upped and got outta Saco and headed for Freeport, one of the shopping meccas in Maine. To do what else, but SHOP!!, and oh! boy! did we shop, well, me anyway. When I shop for myself and have some coin to spend, I love shopping for clothes. I bought about 13 shirts, a rain jacket, 3 pairs of shoes, a couple of pairs of long pants, and lots of other "stuff". Deborah did not buy as much, said she did not need anything but ...
... the quintessential eating place, packed to the hilt with people, and lots of vendors to get anything to eat, except poutine, of course. We both had bacon-wrapped scallops, very greasy, but tasty. After lunch, we took a trip around Boston and Cambridge on the Beantown Trolley tour bus. It was very interesting and historically informative, and the driver was very funny. On the way back from Boston our train speed was reduced to 40 miles ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Portland Airport South Portland
Great location, free wifi, free breakfast, indoor pool, love the linens!
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