Comfort Inn Randolph
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... No matter, the rolls looks good and so does the Chowda. These are made with the classic brioche rolls so Erin is very happy. Meg decides to try the lobster bisque..why not. Goutman goes for soba noodles and a tiger roll. Very impressive everything was cooked/made to order. We're all happy with our meals. Tomorrow it's Back to work for Meg so we call it an evening. Erin, nice to have you with us for the whole day, welcome ...
... about 100 small key lines from under the tree then juiced all and froze them in ice cube trays. Hope that will work.
November 17, 2014 Monday—Another ear appt today and I needed it as the small controller they gave me is not making sense to me! Now he showed me how to program it, but also to make the changes directly on the hearing aids. I had dropped 3 prescriptions at WalMart and they called to tell me 2 were ready. The third one was an OTC ...
The weather has remained perfect for this time of the year, clear, sunny, warm and still. From NY we have travelled via New Port Rhode Island to arrive in Hyannis Port. The coast has been pleasant though quite built up as you would expect with many enclaves of private roads leading to beaches for the people that ...
... s why the hill's obelisk is of a size fitting to remind all just how much testosterone was needed to overwhelm the British. In the 18th century especially, the Red Coats were pugnacious ****ers who loved a good cock fight. Fortunately - and I use that word deliberately - the Patriots had their own stiff upper lips and their own powerful erections, and for a worthy cause such as severing the cods of The Butcher's Apron, they weren't afraid to rub the British nose in it. They ...
... me on my way. Seriously. And I was the first person in the line for the day!! Customs only opened when we landed so I was literally his first visitor. Would hate to be the last one he sees on his shift. Anyhoo.
Doing a little more typing from inside the brand new 737-800 that I am taking from LA to Boston. It’s nice and shiny. By some stroke of good fortune – not my own – I have wound up in ...