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 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 …
... the keys to the guy and catch the others up. ONLY 1 LIFT IS WORKING. We run up to the first check in desk at 6:55 and are told by the check in lady; SORRY YOUR FLIGHT HAS JUST CLOSED! I explain that the M25 is closed and we've had to take a 3 Hr detour and that according to the screen above her it is still 6:55. She makes a phone call, a supervisor is called over, the girls are ready to burst into tears (pre-warned), Lynne is ready to let rip, but ...
... the roads blah and blah that are about a mile apart) were not the clearest that they could have been but hey, who could possibly miss a BIG GREEN bus? To be honest, I could have. But luckily I did not, otherwise that would have been horrifically embarrassing.
While waiting for the bus I had that nervous:
'What happens if it doesn’t turn up?’
‘What happens if I’ve missed it?’
‘What happens if I don’t like ...
... bronze angel overlooking his sarcophagus. Not too easy to find in Albany Rural Cemetery either. A sad place, and I sort of sensed the sadness he must have felt when he lost his precious wife. Haven't felt that way at any other gravesite. Interesting.
Then it was down the road just 19 miles to the grave of Martin Van Buren. What an interesting fellow. Check his picture out sometime. He had red hair, but in his older pictures he's got ...
... patio at Harvest. Then we rode a bus to her new place in Arlington so I could check it out (I'd seen only pictures) and then walked to her daughter's flat in Somerville. I like to see where friends live when they move, and I got a taste of Judy's new life.
Onward! Tonight we leave for London, via Frankfurt, and and by this time tomorrow should be ensonced in a flat near Kensington Gardens. More later...