Residence Inn Boston Framingham
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... snow that had fallen over the past couple of weeks. Another 2 feet of snow were forecast . In fact, schools were closed for the 2 days I was there and the computer rail system was as well. That meant the tour of Boston that we were going to do was definitely off.
So what do you do when you're snowed in at the convent?- you may ask. You play Uno of course!!! All day! That was followed by a dinner in the restaurant for the indepent ...
... reached Boston, we first took a look at the U.S.S. Constitution, Old Ironsides. Unfortunately our itinerary did not allow a tour, only a photo op. John and I were not too disappointed since we had toured the ship when we visited Boston in 2009. There was a security check for those going onboard and I was tickled to hear one of the security officers say to a lady who was about to bypass him, "Ma'am, I need ...
... before a short film on his early life up until he was voted as representative and presidential candidate for the Democratic Party. He said he wanted to make his inauguration speech very short because it was freezing and snowing the day he entered into power. For the occasion Robert Frost was commissioned to write a poem for but due to the reflection of the sunlit snow being so bright he couldn't see the page in front of him and so he had to recite a poem from memory. ...
... W: I am very excited for the trip because I've never been outside the country other than Canada. I also am excited to use my Spanish there.
- Kavya R.: I am very excited for the trip. I have been outside the country and alone from my parents before, but I always ended up meeting family at the airport. I am really excite though, and I hope I don't lose my passport.
- Caitlyn E. : I am very anxious to go on the ...
... and jeer at the British red coats - and went along with it quite passionately - so we thought it best to avoid shouting 'Go Brit's go' and kept a low profile.
We also managed to enjoy a gorgeous sunny walk around a harbour where they apparently got excited over tea. Given the tea I have tasted so far in America, I do not blame them - the stuff is awful