Quality Inn & Suites Lexington
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... feeding. Whales do not have teeth but they have what look like long dried palm leaves! These substitute for teeth are in actual fact made from keratin or are the same material as our finger and toe nails! Each blade is about 6-9 inches long and when a whale swallows in about 60 gallons of water and fish these 'teeth' act as a firer so the water exits the body and the fish remain. I had always thought that the excess water left the whale from its blow-hole or spout but ...
Today was spent investigating the towns of Lexington and Concord to see where the seeds of the American Revolution began. The students started the day visiting the house of John Hancock who was hiding Samuel Adams the night Paul Revere rode in to tell them the regulars were marching toward Concord. Next, we visited Lexington Green to see the memorials of the ...
... a big thing in The States. Basically, what you do is you go to a FroYo place and ask for a Frozen Yogurt with unlimited toppings. This means you can add all the toppings you want to your dessert, think of for example fudge, butterscotch, banana, chocolate sprinkles, cranberries, caramel sauce, blueberries, chocolate chip cookies, whipped cream etc etc. It goes without saying that I went all out, see picture for mouthwatering visual.
... and where we should have made a turn instead of straight down that little path. So we went back the way we came arguing about who was right. Then a trip around that area enjoying the changing colors. Later out to dinner and we decided to try ‘Laurie’s 9:09’ at the train station. They have live music and a large bar area. The food was so-so and the music was Blues tonight- a bit loud but still enjoyable. It is an open mic thing so anyone can ...
... in front of practising his reading of A Christmas Carol remains on the mezzanine floor. Ho Chi Min, the Vietnamese revolutionary leader, worked as a pastry chef in the kitchens from 1911-1913, the table he used is still to be found in the kitchens today. True story. (I know, I found it hard to believe as well!) Perhaps most famously of all, John F Kennedy had a long association here, giving his first public speech at the age of 6 for his grandfathers birthday, in the ...