Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today I became a Go Pro Pro. Finally got both my cell phone and the remote connected to the camera and mounted on Purple Haze. Pictures are fine but better suited for wide open spaces than narrow twisty roads. Connected my phone to my navigation system via blue tooth. The only problem is I can't answer a phone in my saddle bag but I can ...
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... it checked out. So seeing as I sacked Canmore off for more time in Banff I thought I'd go along for the ride and check the place out. The plan was then to take a drive through the national park and see what we could find. The drive was beautiful, unsurprisingly. We were on the lookout for bears. It was a last ditch attempt, they were probably all snuggling down for a long sleep by this point.
We dropped the car off, they were busy and told us it might take ...
... we decided to park up at our motel and bus in to Harvard Square. At this point we were down to shirt sleeves as the temperatures rose to the high 60s (not sure what that is in old money). We walked through Harvard Yard which provides the classic picture of the university, a broad green surrounded by trees and flanked by old accommodation buildings and littered with students of all nationalities, mostly armed with a laptop. This area of the campus is separate from the main tuition ...
... see us. Subordinate staff are brought in and line the walls, shy and painfully nervous, waiting to be introduced in a language that is not their first. A table is assembled, a feast is laid out, and our importance is verified.It’s pretty easy to imagine that we are special, and that we have something special to offer. But sitting here a day later, in my hotel, I have to conclude that I have received much more than our hosts; and ...