The Warren Conference Center And Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... House. We hadn't been in Boston in over 10 years, at that time the Old State House was a focal point. Now it is dwarfed by so many high-rises you would not recognize it. We continued on to Faneuil Hall and Quincy market, what a change in the city landscape. It was sort of sad to see how the flavor of old Boston was drowned out by the huge skyscrapers. Boston was absolutely beautiful, deep blue skies very pleasant weather we couldn't have asked for a nicer ...
Across from the Burying Grounds lay The State House, an impressive gilded dome structure nicknamed "the hub of the universe," although I thought, in the land of the golden phallus, "knob" would have been more appropriate.
A few skips beyond was the Park Street Church, predated to 1804 when the "Religious Improvement Society" began weekly meetings with lectures and prayer. After 200 years, the church is still engaged in current social issues. ...
... talk about guns. I like talking about guns.
I think my second wind has hit. Or possibly the eighth or ninth wind. Have lost count. I think I have three hours more of this flight then it’s hotel room heaven and the best thing ever, a hot shower!! I really hope I can sleep tonight. This insomnia thing has knobs on it.
Final update. Made it to my hotel room. Not tired, of course. Freaking ...
... modules and next year this time I hope to be close to my bachelors degree.
The group set up was interesting and in some areas enriching and in others not quite, but hey it was great to get to know so many people and have genuine people instead of facebook profiles in front of you.
I hope that some contacts stay connected and who knows: You always meet twice in life.
... it was the most pleasant drink we've had! For dinner we find another Irish pub only block or two away, Lauren had the famous Boston clam chowder, a local specialty, and some Atlantic cod, while Ash had "steak tips", which after clarification with the waiter was found to be the end pieces of a steak which are sliced off and are apparently the most tasty. It has really been great exploring Boston and it's history, and we are looking forward to catching the train to New York City in the ...