Residence Inn Boston - Tewksbury
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... muscles walking backwards. The following are facts he told us - I believe him!! If a building in Harvard looks old, it is. If it's new, it looks ugly (and it does!). As an aside, I discovered that the building of the Five Cent Savings Bank which I photographed in the city on the bus tour was only built in 1972 yet looks old. It disproves Eli's theory as it does look good. Harvard was established in 1636 - it actually pre-dates the American ...
... and see the light. Men can change. One of the men in the leadership program I run in Cape Town organized a march to protect women and girls in his home village. If the men of Africa can change, we all can change.
This is Adele here signing off for our team...
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... to see me if you think you might be getting sick, or if you have a cold. You can all help with my wellness in this way.
Mark and I left the hospital well after 7:00 PM. I was able to sit with him at “Legal” and eat a baked potato. After dinner, I showed Mark the roses in the Boston public garden and we saw a little of the Shakespeare in the Park staying a safe distance from the crowds.
We came home the next morning. And after the trip, oh was ...
... including a Boston Harbour tour with a really great guide full of interesting info..
We even bought a two day trolly bus ticket and did not get to use that day it as there was so much to see in the one area.
Lunch, we ate at the famous 'legal sea food' restaurant close to the aquarium.
For me muscles in white wine and a cream sauce.
CJ after much deliberation had crab with blue cheese in a 1/2 Coss lettuce... ...
... museum instead. This was again, really diverse with different exhibitions for both children and adults. The most interesting exhibition was of the only Chinese house in the USA; this was deconstructed in China and constructed in the museum. The reason for this was to create a culture exchange between china and the USA and for people to learn more about Chinese life. The house had been inhabited by 20-30 generations of the same family. Inside was exactly the same interior; ...