- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Later I had glass in my hand and someone bumped me and wine went down my blouse and onto my skirt and the floor! Cleanup time again! Next course was dinner- Fish, a huge pasta offering and a salad plate that we barely made a dent in! Both coursed were at single men condos and all food was prepared by the man. There were 15 ‘guests’ for the night. Last was at Bob’s, also a single older guy, but Doris, Jackie and I did the desserts. We ...
... Now we drive back home and decide on breakfast at Greatest where our friend Graetus is the owner. And it is closed and locked! Talked with the guy next door and he said it was shut down due to failed to pay something! Not a good morning for us. Over to Omelet and finally have our meal. They still remember us here-this was only place to go before Greatest. Back home to read the papers and 75% of the paper is dedicated to Menino. I am glad I had the chance to ...
Day one was a day of travel. First I took the commuter rail from our apartment in Lynn to Grand Circle Travel, where Andrea finished up work. At 4pm, the two of us then headed to Logan international Airport via an Uber car...which by the way is a fantastic alternative to a taxi. It was well over 90 degrees out, so not a ...
... to see this"! It was pretty funny but I still wanted to see it. Thanks to Janet St. Germain for her suggestion or else I would never have seen it... We then walked back to the Commons and went to the Omni Parker House where Marion ordered an original Boston Cream Pie. It had almonds on it so I couldn't even try a taste... oh so not fair as I'm allgeric to ...
... They arrived at the tip of Cape Cod (now called Provincetown) in November 1620 and spent a month exploring the surrounding area before choosing Plymouth which is named after Plymouth, England where they had set sail from. 102 people made the 66 day voyage from England and by the spring of the following year only 51 of them survived. We walked through the older part of town along the waterfront, named Water Street, where you can see the replica of the Mayflower (Mayflower II) ...