Residence Inn Boston - Tewksbury
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... the yeast infection, but this med should take care of that. Then he did an EKG because he was hearing extra beat in my heart. No results yet, but no call from him is good. Then home and shortly after the Key guy arrived to rekey all my locks to one key. So there are now 6 locks on the same key. Soooo much easier now. (and just in case Red still has any of my keys I feel safer!) The key guy told me that he overheard one of my neighbors making loud comments about ...
Happy Fourth of July to you all!
Our much anticipated Red Sox match has been postponed till tomorrow when we are supposed to be in Cape Cod picking up our keys. We have decided to stay for the "Make up" match. In retrospect we should have realised that they knew something about the weather we didn't know to postpone the event. Hey ho.
It was only pretty drizzly as we set off for ...
... off along the "Freedom Trail". We strolled through the granary burying ground, marvelling at the age of some of the inmates, especially compared to our own relatively young nation.
If that were not enough, we then visited "King's Chapel" and its burial ground. Many graves there date back to the mid 1600s, almost 200 years before Australia was officially "discovered". A feature of many of these early grave stones was ...
... to go on a Harvard tour. On route we walked through the Boston Public Gardens again and went to see the bronze statues of the ducklings from the famous book “Make Way for Ducklings”. It’s a children’s picture book about a pair of mallards who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Gardens. It is said the ducks never need professional polishing because children sit on ...
... old fashioned and more like those of the tunnels for mine trains than of the fast London Underground. I visited the Quincy Market and Faniel Hall prior to meeting Laura at the game. This was an extremely festive part of town with their Christmas tree and lights that played in time to festive music. It was so generous of Laura's boss to give us the tickets and as the seats were corporate tickets the view was amazing (centre court row 4). From this view I could only just see the seats ...