Boston Yacht Haven Inn & Marina
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... I was finally selfish, Gets hot chocolate, to check that my new credit card works (should've checked it earlier of course, sigh, but we try our best!) waiting for my flight to Shannon Airport, Ireland. I'm greeted by the young cashier, "oh my, you have lovely eyes! How blue!" - so thats my hot chocolate story.
seatmates were Ed and his son, Ed is a "Tipp" man (from tipperary). they upfront told me they cant sleep on flights, I told them teh same, so we became best friends. ...
... in fact the statue isn't John Harvard, his star got burnt in a bad fire and the new statue was of someone else. He also told us of the library named after Harry Elkin Widener who had a passion to extend Harvard's library collection while studying there so he went to England to collect a few Francis Bacon essays and boarded a ship to come home. Unfortunately he boarded the Titanic and as the ship went down and life boats were filling up he ran back to his room to grab the ...
... you who didn't know - you can blame my brother for that one. It's just kind of stuck. I like it really) which made me feel much better.
I made friends with a lovely Aussie girl in my room, Shar, and the next evening we went for an evening stroll in the old part of town to see it lit up in the dark. The leaflet we read promised a 'spectacular sight'. I'm not sure I would go quite that far but it was certainly very pretty. She told me all about her travels ...
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6). Jen Angelo (Jenn-i-fah) is a fellow BCer and the person in the group who I have known the longest. Freshman year to be precise. Jen is extremely close with her family and most of us have been the beneficiary of her mother's "gravy night" dinners throughout the past few years. She is always impeccably dressed/put together, is the one we all go to for style advice and is the friend I can always count on ...
... where we enjoyed a long break taking in the Floral Bridge which was started in 1929 on an old tram line. A fine job. Coffee/lunch, touristing. Great. On to Deerfield -a town with buildings and history back to the early 1700s. Buildings preserved with a great opportunity to learn more of history. As well as self-guided we had a couple of guided house visits of the mInisters Ashley House built 1734 and Friary House c1760 with an Arts and Crafts 1890s/early 1900s feel. Oct 15 A warm day ...