Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This morning when we set up the GPS for the day's travel, it was very nice to be able to push the "Home" button. We had planned to stop at Jess and Pete's for a day or two, but because of our delays, this is now Memorial Day weekend and it is also West Point graduation so almost everything in the area close to them was ...
On Sunday, December 28, 2014, Day 222, my bike tour of a lifetime finally came to a close. The finish line marking State # 48 at the Rhode Island border was just 9 miles from my home in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
The celebration at that line with family and friends exceeded the hopeful visions and daily daydreams that drove me for many, many a long mile. Though I had been deep down weary and longing to stop for several cold ...
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I stayed in Florida for 2 weeks after Mom died. We 4 siblings spent good time together and worked well together to organize things that needed to be done. Once Mom's apartment was emptied out, my sister Lynn came up to Boston to help me get settled in for my Radiation treatment to begin.
... ports around the world. They have 2 sons in New Zealand aged in their early twenties, they said. Amazing what some people do, eh?! They got off the bus near the harbour as their yacht was moored right nearby. Anyway, now we've dumped our gear here at the hotel, we're going to go out and find something to eat.. It's already 8pm, but the place is pretty buzzy with lots of cafes and restaurants ...
... up their tans. I had come dressed for the beach, swimming shorts and all, but encroached about three inches into the sea, before cursing the cold, and returning to my beach towel, feeling defeated. The wind was also pretty brutal on occasion, meaning that fairly regular sandstorms battered us while we relaxed. We lasted a couple of hours, before gratefully retiring for the pub.
The pub would have been otherwise uneventful, if George ...