Red Roof PLUS+ Boston - Woburn
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When I travel, all I ask is for a bed, TV, and bath and that is what I got. I cannot complain except for the paint smell which gave me a headache. It was safe and quite; that is all I can ask for especially for a single woman traveling alone.
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... honest. It was great to see really famous paintings by the likes of Monet, Picasso and Van Gough, it was even cool to find some new stuff that I liked, but generally it was just a bit too much for me. Apparently it turns out I'm just a bit uncultured. Although my favourite picture in the whole place was a freaky little number of a girl feeding a cat milk, painted by the guy who invented morse code. Yes, I like that. It made me giggle.
I met up with Bridget ...
... combination treatment is taking its toll onmy stomach & energy. My blood counts are not unexpectedly low, keeping me very tired and even more susceptible to illness and infection. It has been a challenge to figure out how to eat when my otherwise healthy diet (vegetarian, seafood, salads, beans, fruit & nuts & gelato:)) is no longer appropriate. Despite the wealth of fun restaurants and prepared food available within a few ...
... or poetic downbeat, which is in contrast to the upbeat, or "arsis" (άρσις). The thesis stood out as the first beat of the measure, the moment when the tempo is laid down, the maestro's wand-wave that gets everything going.
Today, we Anglophones have adopted the word "thesis" to describe the starting premise of an argument. (For example, "My ...
... at least in my case. I like exploring, and, being by myself is a whole new freedom. I don't have any place or list of things I have to visit in America. Everything I've seen and done in Boston so far has been done just by wandering. It's bloody liberating! So. Harvard University was today's first visit. I didn't end up at the picturesque, stereotypical Campus. I ended up at "Harvard Graduate School Of Education" and "Radcliffe Institute For Advanced ...
... sites, the last 4 stops in Charlestown (Northern part of Boston) we will save for tomorrow because tonight we are going to our first NBA basketball game! An old favourite eating place from our last trip, Chipotle, was on the way home so we stopped there for a burrito and got ready at the hotel for the basketball game. The green T line from Copley station took us directly to the game at TD Garden in about 15 minutes. The atmosphere was electric and full of hype at the game. ...