Holiday Inn Express Woonsocket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 ...
... I enjoyed the spicy salsa and chips. My beverage was a Silver Margarita. I got the Chile Relleno for my entree. It was served with black beans and cilantro rice and was smothered in a spicy ranchero sauce. Then I got the fried ice cream for dessert which was served in a cinnamon sugar crispy bowl. I really enjoyed everything I had and would return. The only drawback to the restaurant was it that it lacked atmosphere. Then I took the bus downtown ...
... a feeling of ease, comfort and creative inspiration. I hope in some measure you, my reader, will have experienced some of this too with my shared diary and photos.
If the show on 19 Mile Brook Trail was more outstanding in the fall, we’ll never know since we discovered the trail late in the season – maybe it was as outstanding earlier in the season. There is a special treat to be gotten from exploring ...
... glasses), kept us all entertained as he shared copious amounts of information about the city and surrounding area. Saturday. This morning we headed for the historic city of Concord. There we toured Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Louisa May Alcott's homes. They were all neighbors and friends. We also visited the Old North Bridge, where "the shot heard around the world" was fired that started the Revolutionary War. [sidebar: Our son-in-law Jon Hedin is principal ...
... have been given up on. I asked Patrick about his leadership and he said he's a born collaborator. He knows he's not the expert, that when he hits an issue, he looks around him..."I look to all these really smart people and I ask for their help." Isn't that a good leader? I always say I can never understand or trust leaders who feel that they have to be the most knowledgable person in every room they enter. It makes me think "you're either lying some of ...