Brimblecomb Hill Bed & Breakfast
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... bull aside, my days spent relaxing and wandering around has brought back SOME of my love for this city. However it has also made me realize how ready I am to get out of here, especially living near one of the bigger colleges in town. The amount of stupid, ignorant and arrogant, and oblivious people I encounter makes me wonder how people view me and if I sometimes I act the part. I hope not and if I do, please, please, please, tell ...
... and privileges. During lunchtime, however, I did get the chance to meet the fellow Dutchies, some cool Australian dudes and the many Asians. ;)
Just on a side note, since I know that many of you are concerned about the weather; temperatures have started to rise and the snow is slowly melting. Friday was a sunny day; a scarf was no longer needed and my ANWB boots had their first resting day since my arrival.
The orientation lasted until 2 pm, which ...
... s. You don't need a museum, you just have to walk the streets to see it. A visit to the old State House and Faneuil Hall are a must as is the Granary Burial Ground, where some of the founding fathers rest. I'd strongly recommend the free walking tours. Brian, the guide, is so knowledgable and passionate (on the verge of crazy) about the history of the town, and he includes props and images to enhance the experience. Now the title is free ...
After a couple of nights in the tent I am in need of some home comforts. Les has been banging on about completing the Freedom Trail (Freedom from what I ask?) in Boston. So today we packed up the tent in the freezing rain and headed the 250 miles east to Boston. I wanted to cry as we rolled u the tent because i could no longer feel my fingers. Winter has arrived in Cooperstown and we need to head south sooner rather than later. We said farewell to our new ...
... were able to choose our dinner from a limited menu given there was 27 of us I understood the difficulty of going totally a la carte. I had a simple Caesar Salad followed by a “black and blue“fillet steak, I had pre ordered the wine a simple Gavi de Gavi from Italy and a curiously named “Decoy” from the Duckhorn vineyard in the Napa valley.
The salad was somewhat simple and actually lacked any redeeming features ...
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