Travel Blogs from Gloucester
... and MIT. I feel right at home - I completed a Rubix cube once, perhaps my proudest moment as it came in front of my amazed nephews.
We arrived in Boston keen to get back to enjoying the US, after a tough week in the capital region. Unfortunately the continuing government shutdown had claimed one thing from our to-do list, the witch-trial museums and monuments in Salem, but plenty more remained in town. We began, after the obligatory ...
... she has ever had! Who knew? At a fish place?
We finished the drive down to Cape Ann...interstate most of the way, and $25 in tolls! Unbelievable! The road to the campground is just wide enough for two cars - no shoulder, and winding left/right/uphill/downhill. Pam deserves a medal for getting us here without and bumps or bruises.
Our site overlooks a little pond (see pic), and Maeve went for a little swim, jumping off ...
... they can see you though, as some people told me they were in the room with the door open since it was chilly out and they missed it, so had to get the next one. I was assigned room 719 which is at the back of the property. The room was everything I expect of a simple motel; it was clean and functional. The décor was peach colored walls, dark pink/red carpet and light wood tones. My building was near the train tracks and trains pass by about every 15 ...
... use his expertise, experience, and passion in a "project consulting role."
I am sure I don't know half of what this magician has done for OLPC and children around the world. Working with Adam and OLPC has enriched my life. If you would like to email me photos of Adam, I can add them to this entry. You can leave your comment here, share the link, with others and on Facebook too.
Let's not forget to thank Adam!
... since we could now park for the game. We still had a little time to kill before we met our friends for the game and we were hot from walking around in the hot sun, so we went to an establishment across the street from the ballpark on Yawkey Way called Beer Works for refreshments and appetizers and a place to cool off. Here they brew their own beer for the most part. I got a sampling of four beers-each were 4 ounces, and 4 times 4 equals 16 ounces, which equals a ...
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