Travel Blogs from Natick
... need to evaluate your effectiveness, identify your flaws and strive to grow your capabilities in that direction. Every single experience is intended so that you can improve as well as learn, so triumph over your stress, learn your lesson and then progress. Keep your former purchasers close. You don't need to contact them over the phone every day or bug them in some sort of way. All you should do as a way to preserve contact is to ...
... With a courtyard to rival the best and the interior of the building was more like a museum.
back to the station and there was a church with lots of ribbons tied to the fence and the street was vaguely familiar then it hit, this was the location of the bombing. There is really only one question - why?
Then it was off to the ball game, getting excited as there are all these people with Red Sox gear on and the train is pretty pack. No way we ...
... a bit pear shaped in that there was a vital need for us to help the Boston economy and make, not one purchase, but a couplish!
Back on trolley, but again couldn't stay seated. Hopped off down in the docks and visited the USS Constitution, or Old Ironsides. This ship is supposedly the oldest warship in the world which is still sailing.
Back on for a few stops and then the need to jump back off. This time visited Faneuil Hall and market. These building ...
... at 39,000 feet. We arrived 30 minutes ahead of schedule.
Boston airport can be very busy, but this Saturday it was a breeze to get to the baggage area and wait for our luggage. Of course, it had to be one of the last bags out. But not to worry, we were still ahead and had plenty of time to get to our ship for a 5:00 pm departure. My goal was to get on board by 1:00 pm. The stars must have been aligned for us, because with a short taxi ride, ...
... everything. The Sons of Italy Hall in Natick was rented, the very same venue where my parents had their wedding reception over 40 years ago. Uncle Peter and his incredible wife, my aunt Lisa, took to the streets and rounded up pizza, meatballs, antipasti fixings, sweets including Italian cookies and cannoli. Table decorations included themes from Auntie's life - teaching, Maine, Red Sox & Celtics, holidays, Italian food. ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking