Fox Pond B&B
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... Now on to the gate—and go through security again. Now we have a small amount of time till plane and a long ways to walk but we made it in time. In line to get on, and they want to see our passports again!!! But soon we were on our way to Frankfurt Germany where we will change to Lufthansa to fly to Boston. Here we had to start over and go through several checkpoints/security and walk a long ways to our gate. And again had to have passports out as we had ...
... that miry sentence and caught all of the mythologic references. As always, clicking on the links along the way will supply you with a modicum of more information, plus the occasional secret giggle.)
Now, regarding the title of this blog entry: THESIS THE DAY!
The ancient Greeks often used the word "thesis" (θέσις) to refer to ...
A busy 12 hour day touring in the city. We started in the North end at Charlestown Navy yard and toured the USS Cassin Young - destroyer and Old Ironsides the USS Constitution and museum. Then off to the Science Museum for the afternoon. Liked Hall of human body, grossology, and saw electricity show with Tesla Coils.
Ended a fun day with a Duck tour of Boston streets ...
... governor would read out the new laws that had been made in Britain and were to be enforced in the colonies. Once the Deceleration of Independence was signed in 1776, a copy was taken from Philadelphia and read out from the same balcony. Bostonian were of course ecstatic and went about the city destroying and burning any remnants of the British Monarchy. The 'Kings Street' and 'Queens street' signs were torn down and burnt to be replaced. On top of the roof of the Old State ...
On Friday January 10th, the sightseeing came to an end (for now) and it was time for the real deal. At 10 o'clock sharply we were expected at Higgins Hall, one of the beautiful campus buildings, in order to attend the exchange student orientation. The four-hour lecture that followed mainly consisted of an introduction to important contact persons, additional information about immigration and insurance forms and loads of other paperwork. Besides that we received our ...