Hampton Inn Boston/Woburn
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... with a sighted friend or parent. There is a raised letter version of great expectations in the museum, Charles Dickens insisted it was printed after he saw young people using the text. Cool fact - This picture of Helen Keller that hangs in reception was taken by Yousuf Karsh, who took the famous 'Angry Lion' picture of Winston Churchill. Kevin took us and showed us part of the assestive device centre, which is where the make adaptive equipment on site; much of it from ...
... I explain I want the kids meal- drink, fries (I think she would've hit me if I said chips) and nuggets. She said something but it came across as a mumble, we both spoke English but I couldn't understand what she was asking me. It was so awkward. Eventually she gave me the kids meal, I say thanks and I hurry off to the back of the store. I was literally the only white person in the store which was interesting. I had a man next to me who'd have a chuckle to himself before he ate each ...
... and a bottomless coke. Needless to say it wasn't the most nutritious dinner we have ever had! Our seats weren't the greatest but we did get to enjoy the atmosphere.
We had a few good highlights too, with a couple home runs hit (one going out of the ball park). Detroit beat Boston 6-2 in the end for those of you playing at home. It was a good way to end the day with another American sporting experience ticked off the bucket list.
B & L x
... quite surreal in a couple of ways - the ink stamp on my hand once I cleared security was that of a kitten, the officer guarding the entrance to the warship seemed more interested in telling me he wanted to teach high school history and in the gift shop I came across a guy in camouflage, built like a tank and listening to the little music boxes for sale by holding their little tinkling cases up to his ear with a look of intense concentration.
I put my fitness to the test ...
... people have been falling in love with it for 250 years , this is understandable we to loved the place.There is a large naval presence in Halifax along with a large amount of universities bringing many young to town. There are cobbled stone streets and a very large board walk along the entire coastline of the township. The harbour is amongst the largest natural harbours in the world. It is however a city of tragedy that I was not aware of, Peggy's Cove the place we visited on our tour ...
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