Sheraton Colonial Boston North Hotel & Conference Center
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... we need now is hot chocolate and a roaring fire in a fireplace! I fixed pork chops and sweet taters for dinner. We didn't even go out for a drink tonight. Nice to spend an entire day at home. Temp was 41 when we went to bed, but no snow yet.
November 2, 2014-Sunday—37 degrees this morning, but, so far it is dry out. Phil is taking the train into Boston to Mayor Menino’s wake. The service on Monday is private-but there will be a motorcade ...
... been busy, mostly hiking. We have gone on 3 hikes in the Middlesex Fells of 3 miles or more in last few days. The leaves are beautiful this year. Last year there were NO colors at all! I had not brought any shoes for long skirts and dress up – too many other things to pack for this last trip here! So yesterday I bought a new pair of brown boots- my other brown ones were bought in about 1976!!! Also a pair of wedge summer looking shoes but only choice ...
... wipes before our dinner of chicken, rice, salad, cheese and crackers, bread and butter and chocolate tiramisu. Phil watched cartoons. 630 miles at 37,000 feet. Phil was able to get some sleep but not me. Breakfast is fruit, a muffin and a power bar. Landed in Hamburg at one terminal, boarded a bus and were taken to another building, but no idea where our terminal was! We had less than an hour till boarding time. We asked several persons and finally headed in ...
... They are remodeling the one here in W Salem. I had lunch there – it was like Costco – must have been at least 15 stations serving something. Enough to be full when I left. I did get some Angry Bird Hard Cider – I like that!
August 2, 2014 – Phil’s grandson Robbie’s 25th birthday. A lazy day for me. I stayed in and did NOTHING all day, and loved it!
August 3rd-Sunday – Barb ...
... for some food.
Near the Boston Public Library was a shopping centre with a food court. Just like at home, they're filled with fast food chain after fast food chain with a shared seating area in the middle (think Arndale or Trafford Centre). Unlike home, however, they have amongst them the greatest fast food known to man, and quite frankly the pinnacle of quick-service dining: Panda Express. If you've never been, you're missing out. Big time. It's basically ...