Comfort Inn Randolph
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While Lucy and Ethel had on their snoop suits, they noticed good looking unattended bags. Big security alert. Officials were notified and Ethel swore she heard the dogs. After TSA investigated the owner was found watching his bags from across the aisle. Still 2 hours to board. And the suspect has moved his bags close to his feet after giving Lucy and Ethel a dirty look. But the world is ...
... this meeting house that Phillis Wheatley was baptised in and where she became a member. Phillis Wheatley was America's first African-American author. She was born in West Africa but captured and sold as a slave in Boston when she was only 7 years old. Phillis was bought by the Wheatley family and that is when she learnt English and Latin; she begun writing at the age if 13 and a book if her poems was published in 1773 when she was about 19 years old. I had just come out of ...
... end to the monument on a hill Breen a Hill which is where the battle was actually fought as it was one hill closer to the harbour from which the British empowered coming ,Bunker Hill is just behind with house on it . Got a great view of the city from the hill and even better one after climbing the 295 steps to the top of the every narrowing spiral staircase .Ohhhhhh am I unfitt . Walked back To the trolly ...
... as we are not allowed to wear anything below our elbows. Here virtually everyone has long sleeved tops, watches and most of the women have long painted or fake nails with large amounts of jewellery on even when performing procedures. I think we perform well in this area and understand the science behind it but why are even our socks mandated to be black and plain when we work in a children's hospital; I'm sure that there is no evidence ...
... we checked out our room we were back out looking for somewhere to eat. We walked down to the prudential centre, just past Copley square and found the Cheesecake Factory. I had chicken enchiladas, Emmy had pasta carbonara and Tina had a Cobb salad the size of a mountain! Of course we had cheesecake for dessert which was a huge slice but delicious. Not a lot to the blog today but tomorrow we will be doing the trolley tour of Boston, Cambridge, Harvard and Fenway ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet