Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Chelmsford / Lowell
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... for a tour in the dark to where all the Marathon Bombing events in Watertown were. Not far from their home! (the cop killed, the brother running over the other brother killing him, and younger one found injured in a boat in someone’s back yard). Returned her to her home and we were off to our home with a stop at Italia and found Barbara and Scott there, and as always enjoyed them!
October 18, 2014-Saturday-Another busy day. Drove into Boston ...
... I'm actually wearing long sleeves again and will take my coat today. That's a first for this trip. The hotel is in the centre of town so there's some traffic noise. We also seem to be on the flight path but its just a rumble rather than an intrusive noise. The hotel is described as the original skyscraper for Boston and is over 100 years old. We are on the 5th floor. We are heading off to do a hop on hop off tour today. Can't buy the tickets until 10 am when the half price ticket booth ...
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I walk in. Follow the signs, which for the state of MA and city of Boston, were actually helpful. Find the room that I needed and stand behind the "ropes for those waiting," even though there were no other people there, but also no one at the counter to tell me other wise. at least 3 different people saw me standing there before one finally said, "what do you need." Apositile. "Hey, whatsyourface, she needs an apositile." This lady gets up from ...
... Rock, a piece of granite rock inscribed '1620' which symbolizes the place where the Pilgrims came ashore. In reality, there is no historical mention of Plymouth Rock until the 1700s. We went up hill to the site of the first meeting place. A stone church is on the site now and the hill beside it is Burial Hill. Along Main Street is the Pilgrim Hall Museum which had a video presentation and 17th century artifacts that came on the Mayflower. After lunch we continued on ...
... 160; His name was James Otis. He often spoke out against British Acts that eventually led to the American Revolution. He gave a famous speech lasting five hours and coined the phrase “taxation without representation is tyranny”. Because of his outspokenness he was disliked by many people who followed the King’s laws. One day he was badly beaten and his wounds left his paralyzed and ...