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Travel Blogs from Uxbridge
... walked to the Seaport only to find the cruise was sold out. I suspected that might end up being the case since I arrived with just 15 minutes to spare. My fault for forgetting the maps and having to make a detour. I had wanted to book the cruise ahead online which is what I normally would do, but since the weather for the weekend was uncertain, with rain showers predicted and they don’t give refunds, I didn’t want to ...
... Church and our School Chapel at Boston College this church was run down. I found out later it was founded in 1873, St. Leonard’s Church is the first Roman Catholic Church in New England built by Italian immigrants.
On the way back to Faneuil Hall I walked up Hanover Street which was in the midst of Little Italy full of restaurants and exotic cars.
Flights - 20 (counting all legs)
Derailed trains - 1
Non-derailed trains - 0
Motor scooters rented - 1
Hospital/clinic visits - 0!! ( knock wood)
iPhones that departed with us - 2
iPhones lost - 1
iPhones recovered - 1
iPhones returning with us to US - 2!!
Dysentery - 1
Falling mango near-misses - 3
... tall skim eggnog lattes aren't my friend If it's in the house, I have to eat it. Blah. I did eat more fruit and salad this week. Those grapes were really good. I have been better about breakfast - not having donuts, although I did have bagels a couple of ...
Growing up I only knew of the town of Uxbridge due to its unique name. There are not that many towns with the letter 'x' in them. After paying a visit to the town with the unique name I have come to realize that the name is not the only unique thing about this place. As I have said with my articles on Sutton ...