Hampton Inn & Suites Providence/Smithfield
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... by train Europe - she was very unimpressed by the train being late! Said she'd never catch a train here again! At Boston the platform was high so we just stepped straight onto the train like at home. At Springfield we had to climb down 5 steps and onto a little yellow plastic stool. The two female train assistants helped to get the luggage down. I think the reverse will happen as we board the Vermonter. (It did). We travelled through the suburbs of Boston for quite a ...
... combined college choirs of Worcester presenting the Durufle Requiem. We sat up in the balcony. The performance and soloists were good, the ending did not appear to be on key.
... going sailing, living on a boat and seeing the world. I want to travel, and I know the only way I can afford to really do that is to take our home with us. Can we really pull it off?”
I cautiously, yet optimistically said “yes- we can do it.” That night I sat down and established a plan to get us there. I estimated it would take us about 5 years to pull it off- the Fall of 2014.
... which is a chocolate cookie with mint chips. The cookie was of medium size, tasty and very minty.
The next stop on my itinerary was supposed to be South Street Seaport to get the 7:45pm NY Water Taxi Statue by Night cruise, but being dumb I had forgotten both my subway map and street map in my hotel room, so I had to go back there to get them or I’d be wandering around aimlessly. I then took the 6 to Brooklyn ...
... someone or simply exerting their own desires and agency as a human being? So many complex cultural factors which should not be oversimplified and blamed on just one thing, i.e. on Islam. If you look everywhere around the world, religion is/has been used to oppress girls/women but also has a force within it to challenge prevailing cultural norms which subjugate females, or any group for that matter. It is really the patriarchal forces ...