Holiday Inn Express Milford
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Sorry this has been a bit late in coming but we've had the odd distraction or two or three from home that has preoccupied us a bit. First stop The Boston Tea Party Ships Museum, normally $25 but included in the trolley bus ticket for those intrepid (or silly) travellers who visit Boston between December and March. When you enter the museum you take on the role of one of the 5000 Boston residents who took part in the Tea Party. After a quick briefing on what they did ...
... security no issues, met Lisa, scoffed some
dunkin’ doughnuts and carried on our way with ease. Shuttle bus to the T, Blue
Line T into Boston, got a little lost as one does coming out of the station but
quickly rectified ourselves and walked in the chilly minus eight air to the
door of the realty company. Code worked, opened the door, opened the mailbox
and, no keys!
Thus our successful journey came to grinding ...
... bombing. Boston was hosting a weird dog halloween fancy dress competition including contenders such as yoda dog, minion dog and dino dogs. We didn't stick around to find out the winner. We will miss the hotel room, the amazing food (Boston cream pies, little Italy pizza and Chinatown dumplings) and the brilliant Boorstiin accent. Onwards south down the ...
... the competitions but there seems to be plenty who do!!! For the energetic...boot camp, rock climbing a wall rising 200 feet above the sea, using the golf simulator, playing basketball/volleyball /table tennis, skating on the roller blading rink, playing mini golf. ice skating, or jogging/walking the track on deck 12....all good to watch!!! For the less energetic ...
I am very grateful to all of the physicians and staff at Dana Farber. I am in the BEST place for treatment for my specific cancer and for my individual needs!
Boston Upbeat Summer Update
I stayed at my friend’s house in Coolidge Corner again for last week’s allergy appointments. I fully explored and tasted Coolidge Corner. It’s a wonderful walkable neighborhood. I’m a picky eater (vegetarian & fish) and there is no shortage ...