Comfort Inn Randolph
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it began raining as promised! His doctor visit was all good news and too early to go home so went to the Wakefield Library to read for a while. And when we went out it was POURING rain. Home and decided on pork chops at home instead of out again in this dreary weather.
November 7, 2014-Friday—Up early and headed to Somerville for breakfast at Buddy’s Diner. We had tried last week and it was closed but going by it Monday night had seen ...
After yesterday's mist that never really cleared, today lived up to its name. It was a gorgeous sunny day with hardly a cloud in the sky. Last Sunday in London was much the same. We started the day by checking out the Museum at the Old State House which is just across the road from the hotel. It really was the right in the thick of things as far as US history goes in relation to the Boston Tea Party and the Revolution. We then headed ...
Drove 108 miles in 1.5 hours.
Woke up to a beautiful sunny day and got moving (relatively) early for us at around 10.30 am. You can always tell how close you are to a major city by the margin above the speed limit that is considered reasonable. In the sleepy mid-west and northern New England everybody sat on or below the limit. On our drive to Boston at least a 15 mph leeway seemed to be the norm, who am I to argue, so we just ...
... walking to the cemetery where benjamin franklins parents are buried. If you are in Boston, this cemetery blows. The state house is my favourite building in boston. A huge golden dome dominating the skyline seen from boston common. This was our next stop. It is absolutely amazing, and I wish I could have gone inside! Next time, maybe. We headed back to the hostel because it was almost bed time (ie 4pm, when we could check in) and then headed ...
I currently find myself in an empty dining hall, without food nor students, and it has never been this quiet before. Exams finished on Monday and thus the last students moved out yesterday or today and campus is pretty much deserted apart from the last parents wandering around and dragging their kid's suitcases to the car. The last couple of weeks went by incredibly fast. I spent a lot of time in the library, studying for my five final exams, and I spent the rest of the ...