Passport Inn Methuen
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... River, a beautiful setting and they have enhanced their wooded property to an oriental landscape with Koi pond. Left a note and hope they can get back to me before I leave. Stopped for groceries and then on home. Rudy listless and does not want to eat, just sleep. What is with the sick cats lately?? Later met Gary and Sharon at Walery’s on Edgewater for a good pizza. Phil called and his housecleaner’s mother, in Brazil, died today. Hawaii had a ...
... and an "isn't it cool to know" we soaked up more facts about this amazing City. Various poker faced touristy types got on and got off the bus round the circuit not even bothering to thank our superb drivers. By this time the blister on my big toe (the size of a cup cake in Manhattan) had "popped" and I was ready for the next stage of Candace's battle plan........a 4 mile....9000 step walk around the City. Only sustained by a solitary Bagel we were ready for ...
... most of their names. Sorry.
It was a great event. Everything perfectly timed. A nice lunch. Lots of coffee, water, juice, tea. Cookies and chips. It was over at five. I got on the right train again and got off at the right station. But I have to admit, it is extremely warm today and once again. I am tired. So tomorrow no alarm. When I wake up at 5:00 I will turn around again and go back to sleep.
... take the full tour again tomorrow morning so that I can get better pictures.
We switched drivers when we got back to stop #1 (I had gotten on at stop #6), an while the new guy wasn't quite as funny, we did have a nice conversation about our hockey teams when he wasn't doing his usual spiel. Apparently, the Bruins lost to Montreal. This year is just the year for playoff upsets, isn't it?
By the time I got off the trolley, ...
... thesaurus* quaint. Yes, quaint is more suitable in this case. I was greeted by the owner Chris, who - to my great delight - is a splitting double of Doug Stanhope. I received the warmest of welcomes, with Chris offering me half of his coffee and some snacks as well as directing me to local eateries and suggesting which sights would be best to check out. I felt better but I just couldn't shake the emptiness of leaving New York. Jesus, I was starting to get ...