Hotel Indigo Boston - Newton Riverside
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... to get plenty of use. We embarked about 4pm with beautiful views of Boston and the surrounding area in stunning sunlight. We attended a seminar in the gym about back,knee and neck pain, being major examples of both and learned a lot about kinesiology and how the feet are important to all joints and the back. My ugly feet featured in a demonstration, and some of you know what they ...
... a mobile ICU and perform most procedures in the back. It even had enough seating for up to 11 people. Following this we discussed how the rapid response system works and although there was the presence of the themes observed in other visits their system runs in a different way. Like in Baltimore, these differences were all extremely interesting as it allowed me to draw comparisons to other ...
Today is Black Friday which is the day that the holiday sales begin, this is a huge tradition and got its name as retailers who had had slow sales aimed to lift their sales and take their financial balance sheet from the red into the black. The sales had typically started at the opening of business but now it was customary for the shops and malls to open at midnight with people queuing to get the best bargain. I flew to ...
... s rental wheelchair about 10, giving us all a chance for an easy, bacon & egg kinda start to the day. Eggcellent. Sorry ;-)
Having no idea if some activities should be today (Friday), rather than the weekend, we just started with the kids friendly essentially touristy stuff.
Wanted to catch a DUKW (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DUKW), but since it rained so much last night the river was being 'flushed' (?).
Rather than not ...
... that you area probably thinking, 'why Lancaster?' I will tell you know. When I was a little girl (of age 6) I went to London. I think my parents decided we should go because it would be a fun trip and I had just finished doing the play 'My Fair Lady' with my 1st grade class. I thought going to London would be amazing. I figured the streets would be paved with gold and always sparkling and I thought it would always be sunny because the queen ...