Holiday Inn Express Worcester Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Bonjour mes amis! My name is Lily and I am about to embark on my second extended adventure to the beautiful Burgundy region of France. But before I leave American soil, I want to tell you all a little bit about me and how I came to this exciting point in my life.
In order to do that I have to take you all back to August 28th, 2010 when I began my freshman year at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. Just like any other scared freshman I had no ...
... terminal, so the time between flights is grossly reduced by the travel time to locate and get to the next gate. (just a crazy observation!).
Dennis and Barbara were waiting for us at the arrival area at the Providence airport and graciously assisted with our luggage and packed their SUV and we were off to Worcester. We are so fortunate to have such wonderful friends who are not ...
... a few more tops would not hurt. I did not take into account that my pillow is going to accompany me on this trip. It is one of those very soft pillows, so I placed it on top, asked Rich to come and help me, and we tugged on the zippers until the suitcase finally closed. Yes, we did it. It is weighing in at 47 pounds. I am assuming the little ...
... to topics about person safety, use of drugs and alcohol (i.e. higher alcohol percentages overseas) and always being aware of your surroundings. She warned of the risk of blood clots from flying and the need for movement every 2-3 hours on the plane. Then, we approached water and food safety. She lectured about only drinking things in bottles or can, no ice cubes, and avoiding milk and dairy as most things are unpasteurized. Even ice cream from a street vendor ...
... were getting tired, as they still hadn’t fully recovered from yesterday. I walked up and down the various streets. There are lots of little shops, restaurants and cafes. I happened upon the Williamsburg Creamery and stopped for an ice cream. I got a small cup of chocolate peanut butter oreo. It was pretty good.
I got the L train to Union Square where I switched to a 6 to Spring St. You see, due to the heat of the ...