Holiday Inn Express Woonsocket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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It was so nice to spend the last few days with old friends and to have the opportunity show Chris my hometown of Holliston. On Thursday, we got into Boston around noon and the weather was absolutely beautiful- 80s and sunny! We went down to the seaport district and enjoyed lunch at Legal Harborside- New England clam chowda was a must! Then, we made our way down to the Barking Crab and a couple other bars along the harbor before we headed ...
... excellent, it consisted of mushrooms in a creamy sauce layered with phyllo dough. They also had fresh dinner rolls. Dessert was an apple cobbler with fresh whipped cream.
Monday nothing appealed on the breakfast menu so I just ordered bacon. One good thing about this day is that it started snowing overnight and by 10am there was about 6 inches on the ground. My morning activity was riding in the indoor arena. I rode Jake, a horse I had ...
... earlier now and wine and snacks are awaiting. Then final packing and partying it up at the Wentworth Piano Bar with Linda and Lorraine.
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By 8:30 AM tomorrow morning, we will be pointing the car south. A week from tomorrow, November 2nd, we will be pulling into our driveway in Miami Beach.
Boston is the capital and largest city of the state of Massachusetts. A new place to visit for all of us. Most importantly Boston is the home of the Red Sox, Cheers Bar and Harvard. But as well as that, Boston is also one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded in 1630 by colonists from England and was the scene ...
... was another deaf blind student here called Laura Dewey Bridgman. She graduated and was the first deaf blind person to do so. She was bright and determined and thrived here. It was her who convinced Helen Keller's teacher Anne to take on the job. Before Braille was used, students here used raised English lettering and read that. In fact Howe was resistant to Braille for many years as he felt that using Braille would isolate young people, as with raised English letters they ...