Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area
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After a not so great sleep in our know known to be part nursing home, we were up early as it was a lovely day to explore Boston. Wondering past the big hotels first as we followed the Trolley route. First stop was Fenway park, which was fens filled with reeds double our height. Looping back round to the Esplande along Commonwealth Av which had streets with UK names leading off... Passing some Frat houses along the way. The Esplande was really pretty and was ...
Anne & Richie - our friends in southern New Hampshire, near Nashua - one last visit with them and this time sitting and enjoying yummy waffles with fresh fruit artfully garnished on top. Hugs and more hugs.
John & Susie - our friends in Watertown, Massachusetts whom we are visiting and overnighting with tonight. And more hugs!
... to come out to Logan Airport Friday morning at 5:30 to send a little girl to Disney World. She is 3 years old! There was probably 50 people waiting for her when her limo and motorcade pulled up to the airport. They had crew members dressed up as Disney characters and camera crews. The gate was decked out as a pink castle with her name on it. It was so cute! As a three year old, I am sure it was fully overwhelming but I felt so lucky to be a part ...
... that using the Greek alphabet in your blog makes you a horse's arsis.") Or in contrast, it can refer to the last act in an individual academic drama. ("Will I never complete my infernal thesis?!?")
But for our purposes, today marks our expeditionary ignition switch, and this essay is thus our thesis, the downbeat for a 10-day encounter with both ancient and ...
... crazy to see how crowded and mad Boston was, but just a few blocks out of the way, it was completely quiet. We headed down to the shopping district, but didn't think much of it. It was very crowded and we got out of there as quick as possible. We finished our last few stops on the Freedom Trail after nearly 8 hours of walking seeing the Granary Burial Ground, the Massachusetts State Capital building and the site of the Boston Massacre. The Granary ...