Holiday Inn Tewksbury Andover
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... and that turned out to be inspired - great couple of hours And if anyone needs a reason for Independence they should take this tour - the similarities of what happened here and our (Scotland's) case for and against Independence from Westminster are uncanny As we don't have Tea - I say we should use Irn Bru Couldn't resist - went back to the Cheesecake Factory for dinner And - wait for it - took a "Banoffi" cheesecake back to the ...
Across from the Burying Grounds lay The State House, an impressive gilded dome structure nicknamed "the hub of the universe," although I thought, in the land of the golden phallus, "knob" would have been more appropriate.
A few skips beyond was the Park Street Church, predated to 1804 when the "Religious Improvement Society" began weekly meetings with lectures and prayer. After 200 years, the church is still engaged in current social issues. ...
... part of the experience at the pier was a live Scottish bag-pipe band that came through the streets as we walked to the restaurant. They were actually members of the Massachusetts state police. I love the sound of the bag-pipes and their unique kilts. After dinner, we made the hour drive back to the campground. Holly was so excited to see us! It was time to write the blog, watch some television and get ready for ...
... to give us a hand as well and provided the koek and all sorts of orange foods such as crisps, Doritos, carrot cake and Fanta juice. And to make the event even more complete, the Dutch consul from Boston, Hans Gieskes, came to pay us a visit. He thought it was a wonderful initiative and was more than excited to join the Dutch festivities. Everyone had a great time playing the weird games and enjoying the orange foods and beverages, and it was really ...
Boston is not exactly what I was expecting....I'd watched Ally McBeal....The Departed is one of my favourite films..... but a) there were no singing/dancing lawyers and b) this did not feel like an adequate backdrop for dangerous mobster types and nefarious deeds. This felt a lot like England to be honest.
My host in Boston was the lovely Hui, a vegan actuary whose real passion lies in Buddhist volunteer work and she instantly made me feel at home. She had lots of great ...