Hilton Boston Dedham
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... had finally bought Phil’s book so autographed it for her.
December 30, 2014 Tuesday- Up and ready to head for the Cape just before noon. Cold-25 degrees! An uneventful drive though a lot of traffic! We stopped along Hwy 6a for soup, not sure where, maybe Orleans. Arrived at Provincetown Inn a bit after 2 and checked in. We had paid one night earlier so paid the next 2 nights and off to our room – not the room we requested but ...
After a long day of traveling we are finally home. Looking back the trip was just as fantastic as I had hoped it would be. I met a lot of great people, saw some unimaginable sights, and had really great experiences. Now it's back to the real world, but a more enriched real world thanks to the people and places I've seen.
... among brand new skyscrapers and run into a church that has been around since before America was America. That is something you really don't get in Minnesota, especially in Minnetonka!
Finally, I wanted to give a little update on the activities I am involved in! I auditioned for a couple different theater productions and have been cast in NU Stage's Urinetown as Little Becky Two Shoes! I am very excited for this opportunity. I have solos in three of ...
... were finished but one guy was nice enough to still take us on a tour. We learned of malt, hops, water and yeast. We were even given some malt to try out pre the beer making process. A lot of the technical stuff went over my head. After the tour we decided to head up to the pub to try out the finished goods. It was nice to chill in the sun with some drinks after our little tour.
We head home after our drinks. The puppies needed to be taken for their walk. Geline and Vic make ...
... Iced water" just draws a blank look (our first language challenge).
We swapped museums for churches and graveyards. We were some of the few purists who did the whole Boston bit of the trail in blazing sun but persisted and crossed Charlestown Bridge in sweltering heat and humidity to Chalestown and the Bunker Hill memorial.
Highlights were the Kings Chapel which had a "Governor's Pew" ...