Westford Regency Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
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I arrived in Boston Back Bay just before 12.45pm and hit the metro over to Cambridge, the home of Harvard and MIT. Actually, I'm staying with a Boston grad on River Street which, as it sounds, runs up from the Charles River. And a few doors up from this typical New England ...
... To have 26 girls continue their education is highly unusual and our programs are working.” Of course I asked about the the Snake anti-venom program too. It has saved 48 lives since it started just a little over 2 years ago. More details and photos about Cambodia Prides work are in my “volunteer work blog here.” (LINK) Scroll through the contents to find them. http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/n severs/4/tpod.html Amazing work. Way to go ...
... ul>First of all, the process of getting ANY sort of visa through the US government is a timely and tedious process. Heck, any process that requires the US gvmt is tedious and timely. My first mistake was waiting too long to look at all the requirements and understanding what all those requirements entailed. I received my acceptance letter near the end of June and was slated to go on a road trip home on the 1st of July. I accepted the letter and did what I thought was ...
... I wanted nothing more than to see a Red Sox win at Fenway but as the chance to witness a no-hitter presented itself I began to feel differently. I would love to see a no-hitter, even if it is at the expense of the team I root for. Arietta lost the no hit bid to when Stephen Drew (currently batting about .130) lined a pitch into the outfield. The fans all cheered for Drew's hit but applauded even louder (with the exception of a few booing ...
... it on rare European artefacts; eventually creating a museum in Boston. I got in for free as my name is isabelle! She really was a cool woman with a great eye for art-3 floors of really random items: pillars, paintings, lanterns, letters signed by napoleon, the list goes on. One painting was worth £500 million! She had 13 paintings stollen and the crime is still being investigated today (some of the paintings were rembrandts). I was told by Diny that the mafia are ...