Knights Inn Boston/Danvers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So we stayed overnight in Danvers... went to the grocery store and found a subway sandwich shop in the mall. Then found my way back to the motel... fed a little rabbit some of my lettuce by the pool...
... and told us to head down the hall and go into the last door on our left. This would have been fine and totally not scary, had he not already checked some other people's passports and let them straight back onto the bus.
We got to the room down the hall and it seemed to be the main border crossing facility. Our passports got put in a pile and we waited, as one by one all the other people from our group were told to come down to the same room as us. ...
... and sleepless nights that came with getting a visa and preparing for the experience of a life time.
There is little that I would take back from the experience, SO FAR, that comes with the adventure that life is taking me on. I look forward to arriving in Madrid, meeting up with the wonderful people I have ALREADY made contact with. Returning to Granada to reconnect with people that changed my life a year ago and ...
... in her chocolate mousse. We then attended the Lion Rises show at the auditorium. It was Lion King meet Saturday night Fever, with hard driving bass beat. That was enough. April 17, Turks: We had a late breakfast followed by a 3 mile walk on the beach and back. We saw diving pelicans and found a few small conch shells. We had an early lunch since we had signed up for the Armada. Organized by the sailing team, all 15 boats with a captain and crew of three sailed to ...
... no impression upon the outside planking of the USS Constitution. The cannon balls that struck the USS Constitution fell into the sea leaving minimal damage; prompting a shout from one of the American Sailors, “Huzzah! Her sides are made of iron.” The nickname of Old Ironsides was born and continues to this day. The British lost 78 killed and wounded while the Americans lost only 14 in a battle that lasted only 35 minutes, one of the shortest battles in ...