Westford Regency Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we had to meet the city guide who was taking us around Boston. She was called Kiki and looked like a hippy and was about 70 years old and was as nutty as a fruitcake! She took us to the navel dockyard and we went onboard the USS Constitution nick named the old ironsides. It was a bit like a smaller version of HMS Victory. We had to show our passports, get our hand stamped and take off belts, get our bags scanned and go through a metal detector with ...
... and were travelling all over the United States. She looked horribly confused by this, and had to go and talk to her supervisor (which was totally not freaking us out at all). Her supervisor gave her a nod like she was crazy for asking her question (I would just go with crazy full stop), and she returned to tell us that we were all fine and could head back onto the bus.
Yes, this was totally annoying and weird, but the most confusing part was that half the ...
... amp; taxol skin tests. On two of the 15 minute readings, I had positive bump reactions but without the itching and red flare I felt with the histamine. The taxol bumps subsided overnight. The carboplatin bump got angrier.
In the morning I called my allergist and sent photos. Phone cameras and emails can be so helpful. As I predicted and consistent with the delayed reaction, the rash at 6 days, I had a delayed reaction. We know it was the carboplatin.
Out for a run this morning and found that there was a half marathon going on to honour the Boston PD fallen officers, so as it was part of where I had planned to run, I joined in for a k or 2, cheered on a few of the other runners so it was a good start to the day.
We headed out this morning on the trolley tour, but the half marathon curtailed part of the route so we got a bit of a ...
... good timing to pick up our tickets for the 11am tour and have a look around the Red Sox megastore. We can’t resist making a couple of purchases; Mr Fletche is resplendent in his new baseball cap, and I am scrambling to get into my red t-shirt as we join the tour.
The Fenway Park tour is fantastic. You really don’t have to be a baseball fan to appreciate the history of America’s oldest ballpark, and our tour guide makes it ...