La Quinta Inn Milford
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... an so the old chapel became the station of the student- run fire brigade. An organisation which was quickly shut down as the students began to use the fire hose to flood their lecturer's offices! We were then taken to the 'Philips Brooks House' which is where JFKennedy signed a peace cord which involved students taking one or two years out of their study to go abroad for research but particularly to help in poverty stricken parts of the globe. Just as the tour ...
... and read some pages of Butcher’s Crossing. But after a few hours of reading I could no longer resist the temptation of going outside so I put on my boots and my hat and went outside into the cold. Enormous snowflakes came swirling down and the thick layer of fresh snow cracked underneath my feet. I felt like I was in Kleinwalsertal, except there were less snowboards and more cabs. I decided to travel downtown in order to do some shopping. Namely, I had been told that ...
... mobile phone usage in the region, innovation hubs in Sub-Saharan Africa and the expansion of African blogging/news sites.
Quality Control: While home at my parents house on Thanksgiving, my Dad grew anxious about a suspicious tour company claiming to offer tours to Downton Abbey year-round. After a little bit of research, it became clear that this tour company was probably fake. Through the internet, in concert ...
... actually does not improve accessibility. Any car owner who digs their car out has to throw the snow onto neighbouring cars, but this is illegal (even though the “city” uses the exact same practice when clearing the lane of snow) and punishable by huge fines. So anyone wishing to use their car has to get a company in to remove the snow burying their car from the lane altogether.
Maybe this story is not so inconsequential, because, even though, if I lived ...
... at Wave. Lynne was the most adventurous having local fried Haddock and chips, whilst I had lamb cutlets on a Greek salad. Very enjoyable and reasonable at $63 plus tip. On the way home we saw long queues for Fried Clam & chips, the local speciality in the town of Essex. We stopped at a Mall near our hotel, for Frozen Yoghurt deserts before heading home, tired yet satisfied with our first day in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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