Hilton Boston / Woburn
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Although this can probably considered as one of the budget Hilton hotels it still maintains the high standard normally associated with the brand. Comfortable, clean rooms with all of the mod cons you would expect from a Hilton hotel.
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Not much to share today- a day of classes and small group tutorial. Very good sessions though with great presenters. The two classes were on Transforming School Culture and Teacher Observation and Evaluation. Both really valuable sessions and very dynamically delivered. The small group tutorial time was good to help us clarify our thinking and work through the the new ideas presented. Much of ...
... 160;I could't buy myself anything but, I could buy Megan some great reads. The coffee was smooth and rich and the air smelled like books. I love the smell of knowledge:) My back was progressively worse as we continued to walk around. So, I called around for a massage. Everyone was booked nearby. Luckily I have been in hospitality for years and I thought to call the concierge at the hotel. He hired Deb for a one ...
... craziness and all. It is a great feeling!
The weirdest part of leaving for home, is that I feel like I am leaving home. Boston has become a second home for me. I love my cozy little dorm room. I love having my friends living in the same building as me. I love being able to text my friends to ask if they want to get dinner and there is always at least one person who will come with me. I love being in classes with people, and getting to geek out about movies and new ...
... at 26C. We have stopped at the Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro. We both had a glass of Sauvignon Blanc and the crab roll. Very yummy!
We don't have to be back on the ship until 9:30 pm. The we sail for New York.
Now we are going to walk down Charles St and probably back to Quincy Market on the waterfront.
All the best
... rural !Xhosa pastors, and to witness their chains falling off, cast into the sea by the power of scripture and the power of Jesus Christ. It was humbling to realize that these elderly, semi-literate men were more able and willing to change than I was; more willing to cast of the mistakes of tradition and the injustice of culture to follow the true words and intent of Jesus Christ.
I left with as a humble witness to the power ...