Holiday Inn Express Braintree
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Typical Holiday Inn with a continental breakfast. We got stuck in a room with a moldy shower curtain and a running toilet.
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We started this day with a 3 hour drive to the US border. Before crossing we visited Stanstead Stone Circle which was a waste of time. We then visited the Haskell Free Library which has both a Canadian and a US address. This is because the Library/Opera House sits directly on the border. The library has a line through it which separates the …
... and use more slang than we do. But they all insist that they spoke English first! Anyway, June prepared quite a spread especially needed to soak up all the champagne and pints being consumed. We took some great pictures of the clan that I look forward to sharing with you. Dave has invited everyone of them to visit us in Florida. So you better get your reservations made just in case they all come!
We finished packing the suitcases for our flight home tomorrow. ...
... t want a substitute. When it rained a bit heavier, we went into a coffee shop and enjoyed the shelter but didn't like the coffee all that much. Eventually got home to the hotel about 7pm, and settled in for the evening. Saw I'd had a missed call from Aya's phone so rang back. It turned out Sakura had rung by accident ! Chris said they were sitting in a waiting room for the results of a blood test for ...
... under the gate then you would make it together forever! Sweet in contrast to some if the other things we would learn about Harvard students later! We were then taken to the original chapel; when Harvard first opened it was extremely religious and the students were obliged to say mass in the chapel every morning before their lessons. This slowly stopped being the case as students refused to go because of the cold! The chapel was later replaced by a new church ...
... professor who was talking about scaling up excellence and his work was really interesting. He was also know for his book 'The no ******* rule'; I find this a really interesting concept as it is extremely hard to be fired from the NHS. There has been hints at other centres that their human resources policies are less lenient. As healthcare is more of a competitive business here they do not tolerate people who are ...