Holiday Inn Tewksbury Andover
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... interests and have continued to cause friction.
Ongoing Western Involvement/Manipulation: In country after country, you can still make out the marionette strings dangling above national sovereignty, with the clear sign that the West still plays both subtle and overt roles in African geopolitics. Rwanda was one such country where after the genocide of the Tutsis in 1994, it became apparent that both France and Belgium maintained a ...
... time, another mindset and we’ll enjoy all that those wonderful cities have to offer. Just not now….not in our small town loving, leaf peeping, ocean bound state of mind!
With that in mind… Cape Cod it was… up one side along Cape Cod Bay passing thru wonderful towns all with their own history, beautiful restored homes many turned into charming B&B’s. We drove all the way to the very tippy top to the very interesting ...
... tour and sample. It was pretty cool, they showed a mooooovie about how the company was founded, then we have a walk over the production facility. Today they were producing the 1/4 gallons they sell in Costco. We stopped for lunch in Vermont. Just a quick lunch as we were making up some time. I had some chili and a coffee. It was cold yesterday. Can really feel that winter chill in the air. After we fought Boston traffic we ...
... of the boys favourite restaurants, they have 3 located in the US, all in Boston. Maybe not very original, but when tired and want some good quick food that you know, it fitted the bill perfectly. The area around Quincy's market was buzzing though with people and street performers, so was a fun placeto be. So, for a chilled day, we covered a lot, but that is the beauty of Boston, it is a very compact city and easy to walk around. ...
... plaques to indicate the families who originally sat there. Around the corner in the midst of dozens or Italian restaurants, stands Paul Revere House. This building is the oldest standing in the North End. This is where Paul and his family, including his wife and five children lived from 1770-1800. From Revere House, we walked to Faneuil Hall which is was a marketplace and meeting hall in the 1700's. Now the National Park Service conducts tours from here. ...
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