Residence Inn Boston Foxborough
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of camping guests to see. They also raised funds and awareness for Make-A-Wish and made a very generous donation to the cause at tour's end. I am very lucky to know such a kind, caring family.
The WE includes the wonderful children of Make-A-Wish. I drew a heartfelt strength and inspiration from them that somehow carried me day after day past every obstacle our great country put before me. I was tested to no end, but through the ************gest, and ...
... before the gates opened they cleared Yawkey Way before readmitting everyone. This allows for anyone without a ticket to at least have a chance to partake in the pre-game fun if they get there early enough. I made my stop at the team store and managed to keep my spending in check pretty well. After that it was finally time to enter the park.
The concourse had a feel similar to Wrigley but not nearly as tight. Once I found my way ...
... soup and chicken tarragon sandwich. We had a short break then walked to Fenway Park for a Red Sox game against Texas. We bought 2 tickets from a young guy who had to attend class so he couldn't watch the game. According to him, we got $35 dollar tickets for $20. We sat with a good view of home plate partway down to third base. It was a tight game that was settled in the bottom of the eighth with David Ortiz 3-run home run. Final score was 4-2. We walked homeward, ...
... will still be there tomorrow and it was the end of another great cross country trip.
For those of you who like statistics, here are a few from our trip:
Total days: 43
Number of States visited: 22 plus 2 Provinces in Canada
... t checked google yet but thought I'd share. Highlights of the sightseeing included: - Hanover Street for coffee and italian food, narrow cobble stone laneways, old italian men sitting outside the cafes drinking coffee, speaking italian! - The suburb of Beacon Hill for the beauty of the environment and the lovely homes and trees - Boston Common as a lovely public park with a pond that turns into a ice skating rink, it has my fave ...