Red Roof Inn Boston Framingham
Travel Blogs from Framingham
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Thursday, September 6th: Seven Days. Took and passed the online class quiz part 1 (10 out of 10, woohoo!). Did some laundry. Got my hair cut, yay! Went shopping with dad and got a good raincoat; a water-resistent under coat which I love; a second, larger, travel towel; returned the other raincoat I'd bought to TJ Maxx and with the store credit got a baggallini ...
... headed up to bed cause we were tired! We managed to sleep till 1.30pm...whoops. Think our bodies have finally clocked that they don't have to get up at 8 on the dot every day so are taking full advantage of sleep. We ate brunch then rented the Hunger games and lay watching that :) Apparently the granddad built a country club so the family are all members.....so for dinner we got all dressed up and ventured to the country club! Very ...
... s house around 3 - another typical beautiful American house. Weird thing is her mum works at the camp and is the one who does my evaluations and stuff....so it's funny being in her house! We showered and stuff then headed out to the mall for food and general shopping ;) we also went to the cinema to see ted, which I'd seen but it's so good I went again! Literally 3 days till I come home.....waaaaaaaahhh ...
... arise once one is in the magical, dirty city of Katmandu.
I've been told to not worry about altitude sickness—the highest we will climb is Poon Hill at 3200 meters, or roughly 10,500 feet (in comparison, Mt. Washington is 1,917 meters, or 6,288 feet).
I've been vaccinated for Hepatitis A, Japanese Encephylitus, Typoid, Polio (again, as an adult), and rabies. I've got anti-malarial meds which I'll need to take every ...
... my camera with me, I started wandering around looking for good spots for taking pictures since I expected to come back to photograph it. We ran into a group of students who were climbing up onto a roof over a stairway and sliding down the roof like a sliding board. It looked like fun so we tried it too.
After wandering around and through the Stata Center for a while we headed back to our cars and said goodnight.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed