La Quinta Inn & Suites Andover
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> Friday the snow started out crunchy since it got fairly cold overnight, death cookies galore. We skied Sunshine Peak until it warmed up. Then we skied down and had lunch at the Snow Bird Restaurant in the Ptarmigan Inn. I got the nachos which were very good. After lunch we skied more on Sunshine such as Hot Cakes and some off Storm Peak like Storm Peak Face, the area skier’s right of Buddy’s, Flying Z and Drop Out.
For dinner ...
... it's so much fun! And this game was great, very exciting. Made me look forward to the game the following week that I had bought a ticket for months in advance... now it was only around the corner, wahoo!
The following day was a walk up Mont Royal in the snow. There was a great view of the city at the top and I enjoyed sitting in the place that used to be a chateau to warm up and listen to a guy play the public piano extremely well while the sun streamed ...
... This was once a freeway and some of it was taken out and replaced with a long narrow park. Beautiful sight. After a few more historic sights to numerous to mention, we arrived at Boston Common. Boston Common is a large park in the centre of the city. We visited Fenway Park which of course is the oldest Major League Baseball field in the Majors. Got to see the Green Monster. Fenway Park was built in the early 1900's in what is now close to the middle of ...
... that using the Greek alphabet in your blog makes you a horse's arsis.") Or in contrast, it can refer to the last act in an individual academic drama. ("Will I never complete my infernal thesis?!?")
But for our purposes, today marks our expeditionary ignition switch, and this essay is thus our thesis, the downbeat for a 10-day encounter with both ancient and ...
... fig would only get worse the further out to sea we got. I made my way back to Long Wharf where I learnt the trip was still going ahead! I was at first delighted but then thought maybe the weather might mitigate what we got to see or how many whales an how much activity (despite my enthusiasm I am no whale connoisseur!). It was now beginning to get windy and the crew were warding off those with sea sickness. Those probe to seasickness were told that they could be given ...