Residence Inn Boston Marlborough
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... what the things were in the room, the reasons behind them coming to America, where their outhouses were (which there were none, they use a bed pan, and weren't sure what an outhouse was). We learnt of the 102 people that came across on the nine week voyage on the Mayflower, all but one lived to reach America, with two baby's being born during the voyage, but on arrival, they still had to live on the ship while the men went ashore to build the town, somewhere for them to live. ...
... to go swimming for a bit before tea, with the plan to enjoy some drinks and snacks at the managers reception, have some tea and then settle in to watch some TV waiting for our boys to get back late tonight. I can't really say Go Bruins, cause no one really cares if they win or lose :-) between The Bruins, Celtics and The Patriots, New England sporting teams are a bit like Collingwood, if you don't barrack for them (or in this case, live in New England) you hate them!!! ...
... their cause. We enjoyed our little history lesson and the country side here is beautiful with some extraordinary homes. On the return trip to the hotel we found our fav Walmart and shopped for some items to make use of that kitchen we have. Spaghetti Bol tonight!! Awesome!! Boys are swimming, Dales watching football and I'm doing some washing!! Absolute compliments to Dale for the spaghetti bolognaise, it was the best meal we have had ...
... and let our minds race about all the sights to be seen. Using public transit in a big city is much more difficult than expected for these small town Chattanooga teachers. Our second act of kindness happened when Jamie was struggling to get her luggage up the endless amount of stairs and a good citizen stopped to help her carry her bags. We knew ...
... twice a week. It was quite humbling to be told at the age of 19 when you should be excited about your future that the odds are you wont' be able to handle "the real world" or go to college like all of your friends. I did go away to school at a state college and proved them wrong, in fact I continued to live my life with the goal of proving THEM wrong, sometimes succeeding but then being pulled back into my depression.
After college and ...