A Bed & Breakfast in Cambridge
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ll my life I've tried to fit in and be like everyone. At 6, I wanted to go to school because all my friends did. At 10, I wanted to have sleepovers and eat junk food because I thought that's what people in double digits did. And at 16, I wanted to go to the mall, get a boyfriend and pierce my ears because all the other kids were doing it. I certainly didn't want to be the an adopted, black, vegan, homeschooled, teenage, that's never ...
... university. Like much of Boston the buildings were gorgeous and immaculate, but maybe because it was summer holidays and we didn't do a guided tour, it felt a bit flat and lifeless. It was hard to imagine it as a bustling student university. So we immersed ourselves in the fantastic Harvard Book Store and all walked away with a new book.
Back on the T we went to the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum which displays her ...
... you more about other people and stuf another time. Right now.. I do need to study a lot, a lot. But oh, I will keep you posted with other adventurous things in another blog! So far for studying at Harvard!
Enjoy the pictures from 'round and about Harvard, Harvard Yard, Harvard Square and etc. Feel free to send me a message now and then, if I haven't sent you one already. I will do my best to keep in touch a little too.
Miss you guys! Lots of love,
... treat. The river side area is the Historic part of town so there was plenty to see. We then got back in the car, reprogrammed the GPS and set a course for Boston.
We pulled into the Hotel here just before 6 so timed it pretty well. Dragged all out supplies up to the room ready for the next three nights here. Just back from Dinner and have a pretty good plan for the next two full days, so should be a lot of fun
... past with no sign of cabs so Luke & Lou went to investigate, they returned with promising news. An off-duty Private Car driver offered his services for some easy cash. It was totally worth it too because the driver was an old Bostonian bloke who was more than willing to share his knowledge of the area like giving us a brief history of Dunkin Doughnuts for example, and he was a bit of a laugh too. A warm shower was a much needed end to this cold and wet but very cool day! ...