Homewood Suites By Hilton Boston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Peabody
... been cheerful and competent. 6:30 PM brought dinner, and a handful of anti-nausea & anti-allergy meds. We had agreed on the lowest doses and fewest agents possible. We started the Taxol at 8:00 PM for 3 hours followed by 1 hour of Carboplatin. We finished at midnight. I was woozy and had a headache, but that’s about it. 6:00 AM: We Did It! And with NO Steroids (usually used but I react badly to them.) I am feeling tired, but clear-headed and not too bad. ...
... and let our minds race about all the sights to be seen. Using public transit in a big city is much more difficult than expected for these small town Chattanooga teachers. Our second act of kindness happened when Jamie was struggling to get her luggage up the endless amount of stairs and a good citizen stopped to help her carry her bags. We knew ...
... with the Kennedy family, I’d be lying if I said the Kennedy-link was not the main reason for my visit to Boston. I was able to visit the birthplace of JFK in time for the fifty years anniversary and enjoy all the other things Boston has to offer. Unfortunately, the weekend I spent in Boston saw closures of many places (including the JFK library) because of the government shutdown. But, in spite of this, I was still able to visit many of the places ...
... to check out some sites there. We found Salem a twisty, turny, little town with pretty poor parking solutions. There was an event going on in the town commons so that made it worse. We went to the Salem Witch Museum which led us through the Salem Witch Trails followed by other information that doesn't really line up with my personal theology but it was informative. We didn't make Nathaniel Hawthorne's House ...
Started the day by a long walk from Cambridge, through Harvard University, along the banks of the river Charles. Didn't feel too shattered, since there's only a 5 hour difference & we'd slept surprisingly well at our lodgings. Very welcominging & homely-made our own brekky and helped ourselves. Having informed Brian that we were 'walkers' he suggested we walked into Boston. We began our first day in America full of optimism...and it didn't disappoint. ...