Doubletree Hotel Boston/Westborough
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... of Jayne, Pam and Leon. Pam is a professor at Providence College, and Leon is a retired professor, who after retirement went back to school and obtained a law degree. Pam recently earned another degree from a design school, where she specialized in photography. She shared her photo portfolio with us. She has entered her award-winning work in many shows. After lunch Pam and Leon took us on a tour of Providence.
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Hooray! After all the back and forth and hullabaloo, I finally have my visa in hand!
Last week I had my brother over night my med certificate that was forwarded to his address, regardless of my friend's name being on the envelope as well as mine. I received the package on Thursday and decided to wait until Friday to bring in the paper, since I was meeting up with a friend in Boston. I decided to ride my bike to the train, ...
On the ferry back from P town to Boston. The sun is setting and it's quiet on the boat. You can tell that everyone had a full day.
This has been a great time because of the quiet to reflect and know that I am very lucky to be able to travel and do these amazing things that I do.
P-Town was fun and to be on a bike just riding along (and dodging tourists). Whether it was seeing the place we used to vacation ( it ...
... to see the Boston Holocaust memorial. There were three glass columns with the numbers tattooed onto each Jew that entered the concentration camps. At the entrance were the words of Martin Niemoeller- a pastor who has originally delivered anti-semantic sermons early in the Nazi Regime. When he then began to oppose Hitler he was sent to a concentration camp. The trail then took me through North Boston which is known for being the Italian region of Boston. The roads were rows and ...
... audio-tour was available. The sunset was halfway when we reached the view and it is safe to say that the panorama was one of the most impressive things I have ever seen. Looking over Boston and its huge buildings, its stadium, the Charles River and all the tiny swarming people, made me feel like I was on top of the world. The dozens of pictures can not describe how I felt when I saw the city move beneath my feet. All I can do is recommend it to everyone ...