Days Inn Leominster/Fitchburg Area
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... the harbour back to the train station and took it back to the town of Natick. This town has really grown on me and I enjoy the people and the atmosphere. The Westy was all set to go with just a few little things fixed here and there. Greg said it was actually in pretty good shape so here is hoping we don’t have any more problems! Once again we were in need of a shower so we found the local YMCA and got in another hour of gym time before showering. We were starving ...
... were going to the Denver International Airport Limousine Company and not the actual airport. But this, I told Soph, is why you leave yourself plenty of time to get to the airport. Still, the plane was late boarding and then sat on the runway for an hour while they were working on a seat behind us. Not clear whether someone had thrown up or there was some mechanical trouble. It was ...
... Pour yourself some
green tea (oh, so healthy!) and let's travel the world again.
For those of you who have held my hand as I climbed the Great Wall and tasted all sorts of delicacies last year, welcome back. I'm going to try really, really hard to make this different this year, although I'm not quite sure what that means, yet. Stay tuned. I actually wasn't sure whether to do this or not but so many of you have asked me to do it that ...
We arrived this morning in Thailand - Bangkok....
Alissa and I met at JFK, and onto two wonderful Emirates' flights. Watched movies, slept and walked a bit in the Dubai shopping area...
Our guide fast tracked us through immigration. The Peninsula is as wonderful as I remembered when I was here with Mary....showered and off we went on a packed day of touring - the Grand Palace, The ...
... been left to guard the bridge leading into town. When the gathered colonial troops saw smoke arising from the direction of Concord they assumed that their houses were being put to the torch and decided to head into town to try to save them. A confrontation occurred at the bridge and a shot was fired, no one knows by which side. Unlike in Lexington the colonials fired back. Two British troops were killed, along with ...