Fairfield Inn Boston Sudbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... best lobster in town. There are lots of souvenir shops too selling seashells and other sea type gifts. I drag my friends to another candy store where Geline and Vic try chocolate covered bacon…. why why why? I want ice cream for desert so we walk around town looking for the best ice cream in town. We end up at Rococo. There is a line out the door for the ice cream and we are told by an old man that the ice cream is "terrible" as he happily licks his waffle cone. We get to the ...
... 160; Reality hit in the lab this morning. I saw many very sick folks, a child or two, teenagers, young me and women and very elderly. Cancer does not discriminate. I had an IV inserted in my arm. Ouch. And now I'm in a sunny private room at The Brigham waiting to start the medications that will eradicate any remaining cancer cells. At 4:30 PM it looks like I'll be getting the infusion late tonite. We can't rush things and there isn't any reason to. Everyone I've ...
Our quest to find Legal Seafood took us past security, only to learn that it's actually within the secure area. Es dinner was very yummy.... Js was very meh But we found the most amazing bookstore where they sell actual real books, and not just the best sellers. Today's level of peace and serenity means that E has nearly finished the only book she brought. Small delay with the plane (the caterer was late so we can't board yet) but we are anxious for the next leg of this trip! ...
... repression--these have continued to seem commonplace in Africa. Just when you think the reign of Idi Amin is over, you suddenly are greeted by the absolutely reprehensible Charles Taylor or repressive Robert Mugabe. Recently Africa seems to be moving away from their Big Men, but the role in their recent history is undeniable and segues nicely into my third observation.
What's a State?: Not indifferent from the Big Men theme, ...
... and other grim places. The trail led to another tour, this one of the USS Constitution, built in 1797. It is still fully sailable, and the Americans are very proud of it. This is an older British ship but that is dry docked and thus sucks by comparison. There is a lot of Brit bashing, only half tonguue in cheek, but it's no big thing. It's nice to be proud of your history, especially when there is so little. Last stop was a monument in the same vain as the Washington ...