Mandarin Oriental, Boston
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... a film giving us the background to Salem, its history and people. The film portrayed the town as a sea-faring community, rich in determination, independence, entrepreneurship, immigrants, adventurers, and there was a brief reference to the "Witches trials". This is in sharp contrast to the rest of the town which now focuses on witches, witchcraft, psychic stuff, horror etc.; it even has a House of Frankenstein, as well as numerous 'witch museums'. It did offer a directed paved ...
... off to Dallas where we had a four hour layover, then on to Reno arriving at 10:15 PM. We stayed the night at the Spoo's, got up early the next morning and drove home. I had told Ken that I was going to take it easy unpacking and doing the laundry, just couldn't do it. In three hours I was unpacked, cleaned up after the cats, and done my laundry. You can't teach an old dog new tricks!
> What did I learn from this wonderful trip. That ...
... a power nap. I wonder what folks in the Canary Islands are doing about now? I am considering all options. In a nod to multi-tasking, I am reading a book, listening to some great jazz, peeking at the JFK movie someone is watching at my one o'clock, and poking notes in my iPhone. Sadly, none of these are getting the attention they deserve. Bobby Kennedy just jumped out of the jungle onto an Argentinian log truck, driven by ...
On Sa*************ed to Boston. As with DC, I had no plans to visit Boston, but one of my friends visited and really liked it, so I decided to do the same. Since I was only visiting for a few hours the lady at the informations desk suggested that I do a hop on hop off bus tour. So I did just that. Before I started the tour I headed to Harvard University. I was keen to do a tour of the campus, but their tours start again in 'the fall' so I had ...
... T is heaven! We have to meet at Boston Library, which is in Copley Square. I bump into Saba as I approach, John is already there, and there are three new faces on this one: two Jewish ladies and one of their granddaughters. They've done tours before with Saba, and are all really nice people, and immediate interrogate John and I about everything -related to the tour or not! Totally hilarious. We hang around in the library for a short while. It's a beautiful building, and has a ...