Green Turtle Floating Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... who was in his eighties and part of the historical model making ship society. Very sweet guy, been married for 63 years! He showed me how he constructed a model whaling ship complete with mini harpoons and even a draw with a compass inside. The detail was incredible! On our way out we encountered a museum guide with a selection of the food the sailors would have eaten and traded. I’m ashamed to say I couldn’t recognise the tea right away! Credit to Hayley ...
... The school didn't actually start in 1638 either, but two years beforehand in 1636. And finally the man depicted isn't actually John Harvard! Harvard's personal collection of books and paintings was all housed in one building which burned down, so all record of what he looked like was destroyed. And because of all this, the statue is named 'the statue of three lies'. So there you go. History lesson over for today.
Later, we got together with Jaya and Ben ...
... referencing google.
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 ...
... here we drove into Boston itself and were dropped off a the ferry terminal.
Once off the coach we got tickets for the optional trolly tour. I then left the rest of the group and i went over to Quincy market and got some lunch and some souvenirs including this weird cake in a jar. I then went back to the start of the trolly tour and got on the trolly. The trolly tour – just like a hop on hop off bus, but on a trolly. The was ...
... we will meet up with Raimundo and Colin and hit the road. We will then drive from Chicago to Seattle in about 10 days and this road trip will take us along the most amazing places, such as Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore and Glacier National Park. We will be camping in the middle of nowhere but there’s no need to worry because Claire and I already arranged to be in the middle of the tent so that any bear will first encounter one of the guys and hopefully ...