Holiday Inn Rockland
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... we drove around Ocean Drive which goes along the south coast of the island past some private mansions and a park where a whole bunch of people were flying kites. We were going to walk along the cliff walk which goes along the cliffs in front of all those mansions so you can see into their back yards. But by then we were tired and decided to just head to Boston.
... the same job fair. This time around, however, was much more relaxed for those two, as they had recently accepted positions at a school in Kathmandu in Nepal prior to the fair. Since they already had purchased the tickets and hotels, they attended the fair anyway and helped out however they could. It was great to see them and have two cheerleaders rooting us on along our job-finding journey.
Our experience at this job fair was much ...
... amazing building! I had a look around a couple of the sides of it, and was overwhelmed again by the scale! But I was tired...and had a blister so I headed back to the flat. I picked up a sandwich, some little donuts (yum) and two snoballs (had to try, very tasty!) and off I went. I was grateful for a sit down, and didn't really want to go back out BUT I hadn't been down to the waterfront, and I wanted to look round the markets at Faneuil Hall. The waterfront ...
... Freedom Trail at The Central Burying Ground. Lots of important white folk here. If you liked those famed portraits of George Washington, the guy who painted them, Gilbert Stuart, he's here resting not far from an unaccounted number of British soldiers who died of disease during the occupation of Boston in 1775.
A Quaker Choir we're singing nearby, conspicuous by their "praise God" hymns and tight harmonies. Even Deanne was impressed. We sat digging their proverbially ...
... leading from one site to the next. It is called "The Freedom Trail". You can't get lost, but man you can get tired. Helen and I caught a cab back to town. Some of these were old but well preserved churches have a strong connection to the independance movement of ...