SpringHill Suites Boston Peabody
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... if we did it this way. So we decided to fly to a halfway point (Denver) and then focus on the Western part of the country.
Also, originally, this was a mother/daughter bonding trip. The reason for this was that Bill has never had a desire to drive cross country. He has, however, always wanted to go to Yellowstone National Park. When we started talking about that part of the trip, his ears perked ...
... great depth; I could not comprehend planning for a gunman attacking indiscriminately within the hospital or having to evacuate the whole hospital. Talking to one of the nurse educators about the roll out of rapid response systems initiatives was much more on my level later that day and highlighted the need for the role to be separate from that of a management or administrative role to ...
... to the Amtrak station to understand the baggage - there was only 'carryon' for our train so we didn't understand how to get the suitcase to New York, and no indication of how early we should get there. A quick chat and we discovered carry on for trains is a little different, 23 kgs and the size of a suitcase. No worries!
Boston had a project called the Big Dig where they put one of ...
... of that information, but when they dug him up they could not get the rings off of his swollen fingers so they cut his entire hand off. They never did recover the hand. Had they told stories like that in the history books, I may have paid better attention.
As good as the tour was, the Quincy Market was our favorite. Cam, Meg and I decided that we could do an "Eat Your Way Across America" tour and be happy. We would love to travel from place to place and ...
... t you) to find that it didn't open for the season for another four days. :) So we ended up taking a walk around the eastern promenade that led us along the small steam engine route around the coast and back to our hotel at the old port. Looking for things to do we picked up a bus tour leaflet but saw that we'd already walked most of the tour route, however the tour also went up to Head Light in Cape Elizabeth so we decided to give it a go. ...