La Quinta Inn & Suites Andover
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to North End (little Italy) to the heavily recommended Giacomo's - it was worth waiting in a line outside for over half-an-hour. It's a tiny, family-run place with maybe a dozen tables; some of which are almost in the kitchen. There's not much to say other than the food was incredible, that's it. Well almost, luckily I ...
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There is little that I would take back from the experience, SO FAR, that comes with the adventure that life is taking me on. I look forward to arriving in Madrid, meeting up with the wonderful people I have ALREADY made contact with. Returning to Granada to reconnect with people that changed my life a year ago and ...
A beautiful sunny day in Boston. Before going out, we We walked heaps and heaps again today. Firstly, we went to a couple of bus offices, and we booked to go on a day trip to Newport Rhode Island tomorrow. Then to the underground, and got on a train to Quincy Markets. It's very colourful there, with lots of cafes and some street entertainers and crowds of people. We enjoyed sitting on the waterfront watching all the yachts and ...
The sun was shining was we woke in Boston today, and neither of us felt much like doing any exercise, but we headed out for what turned out to be a very long run/ walk along Boston harbour, but mainly a walk. It is a very beautiful harbour and we were reminded of scenes from Hobart and the Rocks area in Sydney, with lovely restored paths and decks and scattered along the way, numerous bars and ...
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The Portuguese controlled Guinea-Bassau, Angola and Mozambique and were extremely reluctant to let go of power when the time came. The Portuguese, like the French considered their African colonies to be part of an indivisible Portuguese nation. This was ...