La Quinta Inn Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... posterity for us and all of you. Heh...... Ok, it is roughly 12:40am Boston time and a quick look around tells me Jen is asleep (or doing a pretty good job of faking it) and L and J appear to be settling in so perhaps I should try and do the same. Nite. L P.S. I woke up about 2 hours later to the most beautiful view in the sky....this pic doesn't quite do it justice. Just a jet black sky out the window with this perfect glowing orb. Pretty great "Good ...
Had a fun day on board today! Craig came on board at about 11. I showed him around and then we had a lovely lunch sitting out on the back deck. Craig's mini cruise (the "3 hour" variety) came to an end and we said goodbye! I then had a lovely massage and then relaxed at the pool. It was so warm today people were in ...
Drove 108 miles in 1.5 hours.
Woke up to a beautiful sunny day and got moving (relatively) early for us at around 10.30 am. You can always tell how close you are to a major city by the margin above the speed limit that is considered reasonable. In the sleepy mid-west and northern New England everybody sat on or below the limit. On our drive to Boston at least a 15 mph leeway seemed to be the norm, who am I to argue, so we just ...
... being a potential single catch! Harvard was truly magnificent, and it was far from the old time School it truly is ! We could have easily spent the day there and some! It is hard to put into words how beautiful it is, makes our Uni's look like concrete jungles with no personality but maybe in another 100 years or so we may think differently! Boston is a green city with lots of leafy trees and full of beautiful homes, if you have ...
... where the shuttle was and didn't have my Charlie card!) in order to make it back in time for the hostel's visit to the Boston Fine Arts Museum. The first section I headed into was (surprise, surprise!) a jewellery exhibition! The first thing I came across was an ancient hair accessory which was make from conch shell. Kerma inhabitants slid strands of hair near the scalp through a narrow notch creating a pony tail effect. In the warm and sweaty climate it was good to have ...