Days Inn Shrewsbury
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Tara Traveling has gone well. Craig is using google maps and dad is using aaa maps. So far we haven't gotten lost or been in any really bad traffic. The baseball hall of fame was nice, but really crowded. The town is cute, but parking is a pain. $8 to park for 4 hours. Ate at a cute place called back alley grill. Lesson learned today...make hotel …
... have been given up on. I asked Patrick about his leadership and he said he's a born collaborator. He knows he's not the expert, that when he hits an issue, he looks around him..."I look to all these really smart people and I ask for their help." Isn't that a good leader? I always say I can never understand or trust leaders who feel that they have to be the most knowledgable person in every room they enter. It makes me think "you're either lying some of ...
... with a sighted friend or parent. There is a raised letter version of great expectations in the museum, Charles Dickens insisted it was printed after he saw young people using the text. Cool fact - This picture of Helen Keller that hangs in reception was taken by Yousuf Karsh, who took the famous 'Angry Lion' picture of Winston Churchill. Kevin took us and showed us part of the assestive device centre, which is where the make adaptive equipment on site; much of it from ...
... set up, and a long day ahead of me (Boston to JFK to Beijing to Fuzhou---don't even ask how long this trip is! (Okay, it's 13 hours from the US to China---2 1/2 hours more to Fuzhou.)
7. Fancy clothes sent to Washington, DC for wedding on my way home (see above, grateful for friends over and over again: Alicia and Chuck, can't wait, Betsi and Harold, thank you for your soft bed in a few weeks!)
8. Trader Joe's ...
... to a nicely cleaned sidewalk and 30 steps down the sidewalk stops and there is a wall of 4 inches of snow. Or when I get to a more residential area, with houses instead of buildings, to have every other residence shoveled leaving me to either climb that 4 inch wall of snow and trudge through it, or walk in the street until there is an opening.
Aside from the lack of preparation and removal, the way the snow comes and go naturally here is ...