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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... while now and I feel really fortunate to have grown up there. While cleaning out the attic of the garage last week I found the postcard she and I got at the Safari Garden Inn where we stayed with our moms when we toured Chico State.....oh so long ago. My mom and Kris were very close. She is a really nice person too. I heard from dad that she is getting married again. I know she has been dating a guy for a long while so, ...
... possible 6-12 inches of snow!! We don’t have to go far for Thanksgiving, about 10 miles so hope for decent weather. We do have all the grocery shopping done. I am taking a Chocolate Peanut butter pie and a small ham. It is cool and overcast out now and was raining when we got up this morning. While Phil and Doris went to the gym I went to her condo and retrieved my package for Phil for Christmas. It is a big framed world map with pins to show where you ...
Saturday dawned wet and cold. Rick and Vreni set off shopping and Kit and I took the underground to Park in Central Boston where we wandered to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace consisting of three long buildings, the centre of which is a huge food market - decisions, decisions! Decided on scallops wrapped in bacon, with chips of course! After that located the Cheers Bar where we were obliged to have a beer ...
... meeting, and then to a cookie social. The only people who had moved in that early were honor student freshman and it was fun to just say hi to a bunch of people. We sat with a group that just talked for several hours. That has basically been the last few days, a bunch of saying hi to someone and trying to remember their name for the next several hours. There are so many people that it is quite a challenge!
Thursday was a very laid back day. They did ...
After 26 years of intensive parenting (and 6 years of pretty intensive elder caring) Marcia and I circle July to November 2014 in our calendars as a "parent sabbatical." Our three oldest kids are into adulthood and 16-year-old Veronica embarks on a 5 month adventure of summer camping and high school trimester in Israel. We cosign leases, pack up minivans and U-hauls, reregister cars, drop kids from insurance plans and we are off. We get new passports (or more pages in old ...