- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We had a very nice two days back in Boston. Yesterday we had our play date with Roscoe and Gwen's best buds "H," "F," and baby sister "T." We are so glad we had another chance to meet (and for holding our bags for 3 weeks). Today we had a lazy morning in bed. Great to eat snack foods and drink coffee while watching Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on ...
... past to take this photo, we didn't go in to see Norm!!
Another interesting piece of information we picked up is Boston's traditional nickname is Bean Town because it's the home of real baked beans. Traditionally made with white haricot beans, ham hocks & molasses. But there is a tragic twist to that story as a terrible accident at Cops Hill in 1919 killed 21 people when tidal wave of molasses burst open releasing ...
... could come back around 3 or 3:30PM. Some patients have someone sitting with them but I would talk too much and not rest. I like to do it by myself. Bruria did some shopping and went to the MFA. She called me from Trader Joes. “Did I need anything?” “Yes Chocolate! Please buy my favorite dark chocolate covered ginger and pistachio toffee!” I was glad to get some for the docs & nurses, and of course to bring home also.
In the ...
... as thought it was a federal/international gvmt document, I figured I could have that done wherever I was. Boy was I wrong. First I called the state of WI, the lady was very nice and helpful, but unfortunately, the state you get the background check in has to do the Apositile. Awesome. So I get on the horn with the state of MA. Wow what a difference. Either they really really really hate their jobs a lot more than those in WI doing the exact same thing, or this dude was ...
... as some (?) Of the signers of the Declaration of Independence came from here - John Adams the second president and his second cousin Samuel Adams became a governor of Massachusetts. You have probably heard of the Boston Tea Party - here is a cut and paste about it. ...