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Most of the tour went as usual. We went through the older part of the facility where cells can get up to degrees in the summer. We saw the visiting room where men talk to their loved ones through glass.
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The officer who showed the students around Billerica explained that prisoners must walk on the green stripes in the hallways; there were the usual men cleaning with mops and pushing large barrels down walkways; the smell was of too much cleaning fluid.
We passed through the health unit where men were waiting to see practitioners and others were isolated in cells. It was prison as usual. We no longer are allowed to see the Hole or what prison officials call the Segregation Unit, since men are there disciplined to solitary confinement which my students know Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy recently said can drive men mad.
These pods are somewhat stale and robot-like but they allow the COs the ability to see what is going on. We entered the pod where men do drug treatment and have earned some privileges. It has the reputation of being a better place to reside than the old part of the institution which is pretty grim and can house two men in a cell.
To the left is one old institutional unit at Billerica, looking a little prettier than it really is with whitewashed grey walls, all somehow devoid of color in reality.
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The cells have vertical slits for windows. On the one we entered, those incarcerated run some of the addiction groups themselves, we were told.
On the tier above the day room where prisoners sit, eat, and play cards at the tables, are rows of cells where men live. Also those living cells are on the first floor all around the room.
Each cell has a tiny vertical slit — a window — and when we come into their space, the men inevitably stare out the window at us. This time, when the 20 of us entered, there were only a few men in their brownish beige uniforms sitting at tables. Another two were talking to the guards who policed the room, two perched at a computerized station at one end.
Before it was a basement!
And we've kept the pudding spone and's brick walls rough on the east, South and West walls to contrast with the finished plaster and subway tile walls in the kitchen, bath and meadia walls. Neighborhood My house is centrally located in the South End on a quiet street, just off the energy of Tremont night spots, full of midth century red brick townhouses.
Restaurant Row is three doors south of the front door. SoWa Galleries are just south of here and Newbury St. Galleries are north, just 15 minutes on foot.
Prudential tower shops and Copley Square are just 15 minute walk away. Ed did a great job of welcoming us to Boston. We flew in extremely late on a Friday night and we were grateful for such a great stay in an amazing location!
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The temps were below freezing outside, but the room was nice and toasty because Ed had the heater on for us! I wish we could have stayed there longer! Ed has several units for rent — all beautiful and recently redone.
Inside, the studio has an open floor-plan and feels spacious, with good light, and some neat features—flat screen TV, electric fireplace, stainless steel appliances, etc. Best of all is the great location just off Tremont Street, which is walking distance from all the sites in the city center. Another plus is the host — Ed is a congenial host, and full of information about Boston history, things to do in the area, and the best restaurants and cultural attractions.
Finally, as a writer, I found the studio a great place to work--Ed's place is surprisingly quiet, and is very conducive to working when you're not out exploring the neighborhood.
The studio looked exactly as what shown in the pictures - I love the lightening! It was a great experience! It was our first trip there - we both live in Houston.