Aisling Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Harvard student who we met in line for the Megabus when we were delayed who was rushing to get back for wrestling training haha! He offered to give us a tour of Harvard as he usually does them in term time so knows the facts and figures. We met in Harvard square where the tour began and he showed us through the quad, the library's, gave us some interesting facts about the school. There apparently is a thing where by touching the gold boot of John Harvard Statue you get good ...
... finally! so not out in the wild but still. Very cute little critters. I just wish I hadn't gone on a weekend. Way to many small people to trip over and waaaay to many parents with ankle biting pushchairs.
Then it was hockey tiiiiiiiime! This was what I had been waiting for! The rink is only a stones throw from the hostel so I walked over and got in line to show my ticket at the door. The atmosphere was buzzing! So many people excited to see the game, ...
... we went to the Husky hockey game. It was so fun! Afterwards Kendall and I went to the Underwear Run, a Northeastern tradition. While Kendall and I did not actually run in our underwear (we chose sports bras and spandex shorts), there were some who did. A lot of men in thongs. Some things are better left unseen. We ran through campus and then all the way up Huntington Avenue to the Prudential Center (a shopping mall), through the center and then through the reflecting ...
... our trolley tour I heard a woman talking very loudly on her cell phone. It seems the wife of the man who was taken off the ship wanted to continue cruising and leave him in St. John. This lady said that they had to go into their cabin and throw all their clothes into suitcases and get them off the ship. So much for undying love.
> Our last port of call was Bar Harbor, Maine. Before we could leave our ship we had to clear customs. They did this ...
... groups alongside former forces organisations, the local police and fire brigades. Several schools were represented either with their own "military" section or at least a marching band complete with uniforms, twirling batons and martial music. The odd 'military' group did seem dedicated to a portrayal of either the Pilgrim Fathers' era or the Civil War, and we had one sighting of a 'float' named Santa Maria, with two characters who might have been Christopher Columbus ...