Hotel Indigo Boston - Newton Riverside
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sick yet. But they must expect me to get sick because I have three nausea meds prescribed. My first chemo infusion will be on Monday. It is 4-5 hours, once it starts. I’ll need to be there several hours before it starts too.
The first treatment challenge is whether I’ll tolerate the chemo without a rash or allergy. I saw two very bright physicians last week specifically to address my past medication adverse events. We ...
... beautiful suburb but close to a big city, this could be your school. What kids say: "super pretty" Schools: business, nursing, teaching and arts and sciences. BC: wants students to graduate as a well rounded individual. Why choose BC? Lots of retreats, variety and choice. D1 athletics, med size school and a good business school. Admissions nugget: well rounded students who are not just academically oriented. Community service, sports and diversity are ...
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 ...
... and Museum. The museum took visitors on a journey through the history of the Boston Tea Party and subsequent American Revolution. The museum was interesting and informative, but it was not a great place to be British!
My second day in Boston, on the Sunday, started with a trip to Harvard University. I spent a good hour exploring the grounds of the prestigious university. There were also lots of old bookstores and a market that needed exploring too ...
... 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 ...