Holiday Inn Express Providence - North Attleboro
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... NY ). All was quickly sorted and they do have a car for us and we don't have to have the ski rack that they can't provide. With our superb planning skills we were only a hop, skip and a jump ( well that's what I told Jarn, who with his new American name seems to be becoming as gullible as Americans) from the next stop on the Freedom Trail, our walking history tour which we had previously abandoned due to rain. Without the red brick path to follow it took us a while ...
... strong fruit martini
was in front of me I got back on the phone to the realty company. Eventually I
got an answer and to my delight it was a completely different person I was
speaking to and she was much more helpful. After another five minutes on hold
the super answered and she was very apologetic and agreed to stay on the phone
with me until I was in the apartment. I wasn’t about to let an actual helpful
human being off ...
Woke up to the rain today and had to pack up and change hotels (went to the basketball so wanted to be closer to the city). Caught a taxi because it was too wet to struggle with luggage to the train station. Dropped our bags at the Holiday Inn Express - fantastic greeting, the receptionist came out and helped us in with the bags. The we headed off to the ...
... I felt well! I had been wanting to eat at Helmand, a well known casual Cambridge Afghani restaurant and we did. We walked over on a lovely evening and watched the sunset over the Charles River from a nearby park. We came home the next day, and during this “gift week,” another unanticipated week of the loveliest summer, in recent memory, Mark and I enjoyed having Aaron around.
Aaron and Mark left for NYC on Sunday, and my 3rd chemo treatment ...
... about travel advisories and visa requirements in Kenya, Tanzania, China, Russia, Israel and Morocco, and book our flights. The three 2 1/2 week trips we planned will take us face to face with natural wonders of the world, habitats at risk, rampant population growth, clashes of cultures and the continuing spread of global terrorism. These are the global challenges that our kids will face as they inherit the mantle of the next generation of Americans trying to make the world a better ...