Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area
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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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After three flight delays, a changed connection, two missed shuttle pickups and over an hour waiting in the wet cold, I finally made it on to the shuttle, with the air conditioner cranked on cold. Was this a cruel joke? It's wicked cold out! (Said with true Boston flair) Driving from the airport to the hotel in the early evening darkness and rain didn't do much to show me anything of Boston ...
... so big in her and her family's life.
Urinetown is going super well as well. We have rehearsed a bunch of the music and choreographed three of the numbers. I love all of the people in it! It is such a cool group of people and I love getting to know the upperclassman as well. I can't wait for us to start staging the scenes. That will be very fun. It is such a cool process with it all being student directed. You really get to be a part of ...
... the rest of the group, deciding to explore the area a little more on foot. We walked around the city a little more, walked back around Boston Common, and then caught the subway back to the hotel for a little rest time.
After a little bit of a break, we decided to head back out. After realising that Boston was home to over 50 universities, I decided yesterday that I'd like to go and visit Harvard, which turned out to be only one more stop up the subway. We took a bus out to ...