Residence Inn Boston - Tewksbury
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... House, a place where greater numbers of the community could meet to discuss relevant topics. At the end of the walk we decided it was time for lunch. We had ended in the financial district and it was now lunch time so all the food places around were full of workers. Fortunately we managed to find a place tucked away in an alley and both had awesome sandwiches. Then it was on to the Boston Tea Party museum. It seemed that this place was really set up to educate children ...
... of the central school area allude to greatness. I thoroughly enjoyed walking in the central park area, soaking up the unique experience, and perhaps ever-so-slightly pretending I was studying there. After dizzying myself by looking up at all of the buildings, we headed over to the Harvard museum of Natural History. Unfortunately we had to rush around due to the closing hour, but we could still attain a very good feel for ...
... Susan was so good they gave her a TSA sticker. Flying is ALMOST harder than driving.
Throughout this trip I have been unable to include all the photos that I would love to have shared. I hope to put in a few with this entry. Order may not be correct.
I also made some notes of musings along the way. I will start with one we experienced last year.
1 Susan says she will be so glad to see dark again. With the ...
... br> We have also been on a couple of trips recently. We went
back to London for Anna and Saul’s beautiful wedding. We had a great time
catching up with people and the wedding was really fun. It was actually a bit
embarrassing for Adam. For those of you who don’t know, it is customary at the
end of a Jewish wedding meal for different people to make one of seven
blessings over a cup of wine. Adam’s job was to transport ...
... Eventually we find what appears to be the baggage claim, leading right out into the street. So, if people felt the need, they could bomb in and snatch up a few cases, then truck right out again. You do that a few times and you're bound to get something decent.
Round the corner from there was a tiny ass corridor section with a small sign that said MEETING POINT on one side, but not on the other side, so the people waiting know it's the ...