Holiday Inn Express Providence - North Attleboro
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Mike and I were up at 7:00 and after breakfast off for an 8:50 tee time at Norwood Country Club in Norwood, Massachusetts. Sounds like a great venue, doesn't it? Don't be fooled. It was not. We should have been warned...any golf course that is situated right behind the Hampton Inn is probably not going to be one of the best courses in the area. And …
... on the lawns of the estate, and then afternoon activities - more team building and strategy development stuff. Our group facilitator was great and taught us a lot. We got back in re buses and got back to Harvard about 5.30pm. It had been a long day s we had heads out at 6.30am. I had a pretty quiet night in as I had stacks of reading and homework to do to prepare for tomorrow's classes. Was a good ...
... Hill burying ground , then headed back to the centre where there were mainly touristy shops. While we still had a little over an hour until we had to be back on board, it was too much trouble to go further afield. Also am haunted by the thought of returning late and seeing the rear end of the ship sailing away without me. That night we had an excellent meal in the Grand Dining Room, which certainly lived up to its ...
... and ended up spending over 6 hours inside the museum. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is in New York. A truly moving experience.
Around 2 we went back to Battery Park and got lunch with one of my mom's friends from college, seafood since we were literally right on the water. We got dressed up and headed to the lower east side for our show for the night. After window shopping a little bit, we headed to the theater. The show we saw ...
... a quiet dinner. But other times, a seat at the bar can be the entree’ to some of the best entrees in Boston.
For breakfast, Zaftigs in Brookline can’t be beat. In my neighborhood, Max Brenner (the famous “Bald Man” from Israel) is a must for sugar highs and the hot chocolate or mocha drinks, well they are surely too rich for me to review. The Trident Cafe (Newbury at the bookstore) is good but it’s very crowded ...