Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Boston-Marlboro
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... of it and tore it loose; and it was a receipt, for the $124 deposit showing it was paid! Would she accept that? NO, she would not and we were not leaving; finally relented that we could leave and she would email us later, not that it would change anything, we HAD paid and showed her the proof. Now we are upset and so is she and we left. From there we headed to Plymouth to visit Phil’s cousin who has Lou Gehrig's and is not doing well. Son ...
... 8230;proudly the least Texan, Texans we'll apparently ever meet. We had a great time and travelled back to Boston together. We really could've hung out with them longer, but we have an early start in the morning and needed to get back to get organised for the next step of our journey. …oh, and for those of you coffee lovers travelling to America, Starbucks is not the only coffee option…I discovered Peet's today and it's ...
... I felt well! I had been wanting to eat at Helmand, a well known casual Cambridge Afghani restaurant and we did. We walked over on a lovely evening and watched the sunset over the Charles River from a nearby park. We came home the next day, and during this “gift week,” another unanticipated week of the loveliest summer, in recent memory, Mark and I enjoyed having Aaron around.
Aaron and Mark left for NYC on Sunday, and my 3rd chemo treatment ...
... the computer science labs where some of the famous hacks that occurred at MIT are kept including a police car that was once de-assembled and rebuilt on the very top of the Greek dome as a way of protesting about the many parking fines being handed out by the police in the 70s, another one was a water fountain replaced by a fire hose to show the speed at which things happen at MIT. One of the buildings in the courtyard a high skyrise ...
... at least in my case. I like exploring, and, being by myself is a whole new freedom. I don't have any place or list of things I have to visit in America. Everything I've seen and done in Boston so far has been done just by wandering. It's bloody liberating! So. Harvard University was today's first visit. I didn't end up at the picturesque, stereotypical Campus. I ended up at "Harvard Graduate School Of Education" and "Radcliffe Institute For Advanced ...