A Lady Winette Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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... humble and genuine and I could not ask for a better
organization to begin my journey with.
After the mingling and getting to know everyone, a 6-minute documentary of ST’s
work in Rwanda was shown. Honestly, if I had the chance I would have packed my
bags and gone straight to Rwanda that very moment (I’m sure everyone watching
felt the same way). I don’t think there was one person in the room that didn’t have
goose bumps after ...
... made our way to CHEERS the bar made famous in the TV Series of the same name. Inside does not look the same and I could not see Norm sitting at the bar. The place was packed and we had to wait about 10 minutes to. get a table to have some lunch and a nice cold one as if was very hot outside. After this late lunch we took our time walking through the streets making our way ...
J was in charge of ordering breakfast this morning at Penn Station while we waited for our train..... I had had the 'honour' of trying to decipher the NYC breakfast speak the day before and today was his turn...... simple....? the plan was two portions of fried eggs with sausage..... but the result was a lot of pointing at the menu, glazed looks at the server and snatches of 'on a plate please....., hang on, wait a minute.... on a plate...the platter on a plate......' ...
... The song “My Country 'Tis of Thee” was first sang on the steps of Park Street Church. As we continued along the Freedom Trail Tour George took us to Granary Burial Grounds. It is the third oldest grave yard in the United States and was established in 1660. With the invention of a lawn mower, the tombstones were all moved into parallel lines making it a cemetery and no longer a graveyard. There is a total of 12,000-13,000 people buried ...
... games, they kicked us out and we decided to head over to South Street for the next party. It is here where a couple of exchange students live together and since it was Karel’s (Amsterdam) birthday, he invited everyone over to celebrate accordingly. And so we did.
Sunday morning flew by and in the afternoon I had to set up a waiting list for all the people I wanted to skype. What I’ve learned about skype is that once both ends of the connection get ...