Residence Inn Boston Westborough
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... winter here I don’t believe we will get another storm like that and if we do I know that Lanny is on the lookout for you. I am also upset that you leaked because I thought we had it but please be assured that I will continue to work on a resolution. ‘ Hope this means we may eventually get the new windows that do not leak!! I later wanted something in the bedroom – by now it is dark outside and in the bedroom – and as I hurried in ...
... day for us.
October 31, 2014-HALLOWEEN—Up fairly early and decided to drive to Somerville for breakfast at Buddy’s Diner. It has been in Somerville forever and I loved the place, but today it is closed and empty! What a bad surprise!! We then drove by Phil’s High School. It is huge, or 2000 students and only covers Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes. They let us walk in and wander around a bit and Phil said it has not changed at ...
... and speeches from the President himself. After that, we were officially welcomed as students on campus!
Wednesday was my first full day of classes. This semester I am taking four four credit classes and two one credit classes. These include Experiential Entrepreneurship, where we are coming up with a full fledged business plan, Financial Accounting and Reporting, Management Information Systems, and Art of the Theater. I am really enjoying my classes, ...
... Boston Common and start the trail. We visit the cemetery where Benjamin Franklin's parents were buried as well as the victims of the Boston massacre. We see the golden domed Massachusetts State House. There is a Benjamn Franklin statue at the first public school. We tried to find Paul Revere's house but couldn't find it (boo). The trail led us to the North End which is a cool little Italian corner and we enjoyed looking at all the cool restaurants and ducked into Mike's Pastry to ...
... and the Bronx on route to Connecticut and spent four hours travelling to Boston. The concrete jungle was soon replaced by thousands of trees interspersed with lakes. It was a pleasant trip up and we found out all about the optional extras on our tour so our pockets were considerably lighter than when we left New York but lots of great things to look forward to.
We reached our hotel in Brookline, Boston at about 6pm and after settling in, we ...