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... halls and churches surrounding the yard. There is one statue of John Harvard near the entrance of a hall and there is a very long line to get a picture with him.
Very near to Harvard is the Longfellow House, which once housed George Washington. I thought this was pretty interesting. George Washington only lived here for about a year. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a famous poet who ...
... for the War of Independence. The attraction of the museum was that you were able to throw tea overboard, in rebellious fashion, just as the people of Boston did 200 years ago. All the while, people dressed up in full role play take you through the history of the event, while you are given a card, and invited to play the role of the person on the card. Sounds really lame doesn't it?
I'm not even sure why we enjoyed it so much, but it ...
After stopping by Burger King for my $2.00 Snack Wrap (sometimes you have to make embarrassing purchases in the name of budget travel), I found a chair with a footrest. Ah, relaxation…except for the fact that there were Portuguese children running up and down the terminal, onto the seats, and were screaming at each other. Other passengers and I just looked at them with a “Really?” ...
... s Naval yard, I’m not sure but the ship was guarded by 2 Home Guard operatives on top of that. We were told off for trying to join an organised tour! But that was just our British way of trying to supress Americans’ freedom – we gave up after a short time as the guy had a pretty big gun; it seems the tables have turned in the last 240 years.
The walk up to Bunker Hill through Charlestown was very pleasant with some lovely little streets all decorated for ...
... The Center run a similar operation us at MaD (www.mad-uk.org). Programmes for 5-12yr olds and volunteering for 13+. Unlike us try run the after school programme 364 days a year (ours runs in school holiday) and its equates for a large proportion of the income. Like us they accept state welfare vouchers and subsidise places for those who fall out of the scheme but are in need. David explained to me the riverside area of Cambridge ...
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