Red Roof Inn Salem
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... trips as we wanted. We went out to Wonderland which is the last station on our line. It goes to Revere Beach where we had driven yesterday and seen lots of people enjoying the sun. Today, 24 hours later, it was overcast and cool and very few people.
Back on the train to go to the airport station but decided to continue into town for dinner. There are few places near the hotel to eat. The trip to town is about 20 minutes and was so easy. Had dinner ...
... The commitment of the staff, who by admission sent well paid, but are totally devoted; the breadth and quality of the outreach work spanning not just the state or even the US, but the globe and the business sense behind the whole operation. There is an acceptance that it is necessary to take risks and speculate, to diversify and respond and to review and learn. Tomorrow we are seeing early years and the deaf kind programme, so lots more to learn :) can't wait. Time to catch some sleep ...
After a FREEZING day, we made it to Longfellow's home. George Washington actually used it as a headquarters during the Revolutionary War... The longfellow's acquired it later. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and impressive. Then we spent a few minutes walking around ...
... of bird life and in particular some geese some with goslings, and the gardens are lovely too. There are good views of the city skyline and the various bridges (not surprisingly!). We walked for about two hours around there and there was no rain, though it threatened. We passed the stadium where the Boston Bruins play ice hockey, and it is very impressive. Today's photos are all from the walk, taken with the larger camera lens we were ...
... Nyerere embarked on a mission of self-reliance after independence in 1964 and wanted to create Ujamaa or self-sufficient socialist villages throughout Tanzania. The plan didn't work very well and the economy contracted. Tanzania has since improved economically with some structural reforms and IMF support. Kenya shortly after independence became a central economic player with Jomo Kenyatta adhering to capitalist policies instead of ...