Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Chelmsford / Lowell
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... and of the Federation Trail. Would have like to have seen more of this side. Back on bus and to the Holiday Inn in Brookline. Drinks and nibbles on arrival. Sat a table with people from Melbourne, Manchester and Aruba. Have met lots of people from Australia in group, mostly from eastern states. Went and had quick shower then went back down. Bus trip to Harvard College. Harvard Yard where freshman stay on dorm is very traditional. Uni building a mic of modern and ...
... at every dog we pass but they ignore us. It seems they only have Paris Hilton-style handbag dogs or Labradors or retrievers. Not one border collie in sight. We were concerned when we were walking in the snow in New York that it was cruel to take them out in those conditions (Kassy hates getting her feet wet in the rain) but we were assured by several owners that their dogs love the snow and after watching them joyously frolicking about we believed them. The dogs ...
... now bed and ate crisps and revelled in the joy of being inside.
This morning we are awake, drinking Starbucks and making
toast whilst we wait for our actual keys to be delivered. The Wi-Fi is shocking
and worked best standing in the kitchen, but that’s a minor issue at this
We are here, we are safe, and we have coffee. That’s all
Hayley and I care about anyway!
Time to start the day and explore the ...
Today we decided to do the south loop tour. Caught the bus to the stop to connect only to have the bus driver tell us, "there no narration on this tour and there's not much to see! it's mainly just to drop people at their hotels. Ok. She suggested the Cambridge loop so again we caught the bus to the next connecting spot. Caught the Cambridge bus and went around Harvard University, and MIT. The driver said that we wouldn't have much time ...
... treatment was scheduled to begin September 9, and that's 5 days a week for 7 weeks. I’ll go home some weekends. I was tempted to continue to stay at the Cambridge Marriott “by the night” but the autumn hotel occupancy rates blocked the Dana Farber corporate rates. Every one of my favorite haunts are too expensive. A Boston long stay arrangement will be more convenient anyway.
Bruria and I headed over to see the Hotel 450, a former YWCA ...