Southborough Motor Lodge
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... been devoured.
The sitters have a small supply of good and bad treats. Hope Patti and Audette enjoy some of them while they are here.
Packing was and always will be a nightmare. No matter how many articles one reads on what and how to pack, it just does not work. I think some of the books were written by women who do not like clothes or shoes. Or ...
... Taj Mahl on side trips. We will be visiting 29 countries from China to England. We will be dining in the desert, riding camels, seeing Victoria's Peak at night, and I am sure eating very strange foods. It ought to bring some laughs along the way which I hope to capture in my pictures.
The packing is almost complete, yeah right. Every time I walk into our ...
We started off our tour of historic Boston at Long Wharf. It was such a beautiful and sunny day, and it was fun seeing all of the boats and other scenic nautical things. On the way we passed through a Holocaust memorial, and walked by the oldest bar and restaurant in America--nbd. Next we looped around to the Old State House, the site of the Boston Massacre. Finally, we hit Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. All of the ...
... Amsterdam houses were piles driven "several tens of feet" into the wet ground until harder soil was reached; even in the 19th century this method was used, most notably to build the Central Station on an ISLAND of all places (O_o).
- The Jewish people call Amsterdam "Mokum", meaning "City" in Yiddish - this is THE city.
- The city was expanded over the years, with canals added in concentric circles around the centre, creating a half-moon shape.
... and I have yet to hear if she got into any trouble! (The casino was mentioned more than once...)
The day was overcast from west to east and that made the drive easy on the eyes, and cool for my furry passengers. Achilles (the cat) continues to be the calmest one, sleeping the entire time, looking up only at toll booths and rest stops. Indy (the dog) continues to be unable to just crash out and sleep. She sits, lays, stands, repeats for ...
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