Holiday Inn Express Suites Middleboro
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... spot. We then became "the people" wandering the very happy, trendy, party town. We walked along the ocean and popped in for a drink. Unfortunately it was gingerale only.
Stopped in Hyannis on our way back to poke in the shops and stop in a local restaurant for Clam Chowder. Yes, Chris is still on a clear fluid diet but he says the soup is fluid and with gingerale only he is seeing clear. I'm not sure this is what the doctor had in mind.
... Trebol. Please help these families to have a dignified life. We hardly can imagine, what this credit means for the women who used to work on the dump. Giving them credit and trusting them: - They are becoming business partners, making their own money. - They don't need to fight each other for the "best" garbage anymore, but rather supporting themselves. - It is the Way-Out of the dump for them and their children. All this has to do with hope and human ...
... ll be taking in a bigger picture.
And also Germans make really delicious beer. Mmmm beer.....
So Cheers! (or as they say in German -- Prost!) to another adventure through Europe. Here's to seeing what has changed, what has stayed the same, and revisiting the places I loved the most! I can't wait to share it here with you!
Auf Wiedersehen Boston -- I'm off to Germany!
... UK had trauma centres without rehab hospitals attached to them - a view I share! MGH was very proud of its history and they took great pleasure in showing me their hospital museum. This housed the theatre where ether was used for the first time to anaesthetise patients during surgery. There was a portrait depicting the first 'operation' and the first instruments that were used. The team were very efficient and organised a jammed pack schedule for me ...
... red brick path that takes you past 18 historical buildings or scenes where events took place. From government buildings to churches and graveyards. There are guided tours you can take round it or with a bit of help from the Internet you can find out everything you need to know. The Massachusetts state house was the second place on the walk and you could go in and see all the paintings and architecture - the roof is guided. The best ...