Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Franklin
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... meal and some veggie/fruit juice with all the goodness my body craved. The rest of the night flew by me as I kept exploring and made the trek home, and with an early start to get to my plane on time, I had touched down at Newark Airport, New Jersey before lunch time...back in the buzz again. It is my final day in NYC before I head off to Los Angeles on Friday to start my 8 day tour up to San Fransisco.....more tales to follow ...
... a power nap. I wonder what folks in the Canary Islands are doing about now? I am considering all options. In a nod to multi-tasking, I am reading a book, listening to some great jazz, peeking at the JFK movie someone is watching at my one o'clock, and poking notes in my iPhone. Sadly, none of these are getting the attention they deserve. Bobby Kennedy just jumped out of the jungle onto an Argentinian log truck, driven by ...
... br> Shelby - I liked seeing the animals and going on the Duck Tour. There are a lot of good things in Boston. I know anyone would like it - and the food!
Today in Boston there was a lot of cool stuff! Like street performers, shops in the street, and FOOD! My favorite thing there was going to the aquarium to see all the animals.
Nadine - I liked the starfish petting place. I like ...
... about three chaises instead of the required five. We read a little, then participate in "aqua gym" in the pool. We had a light lunch and then laid around some more, swam some more, drank some more, and got lots of sun. We had a rather rare sighting of a night heron at poolside, a very colorful, statuesque bird. At four-thirty, Betsy and I tested out the tennis courts and then watch Brent do another trick on the trapeze. We cleaned up for drinks, the weekly Club ...
... Park Office and part way down the hill was a Bunker Hill Museum. We spent some time both outside and inside the monument, but we soon departed as we had miles to go and things to see before we would sleep on this day.
We followed the trail down the hill to the river front of the Charles River where the USS Constitution was at anchor. The USS Constitution is still an active commissioned fighting ship in the US Navy. It is the oldest active fighting ship in the ...