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... the Boston Tea Party Museum. We walked a mile or so to Quincy Market. The place is packed with locals and tourists. A Boston Bruins hockey game just finished at nearby TD Garden arena and the fans are out at the restaurants and bars. Boston is an easy city to walk and again we are walking back to our hotel. We make a stop at the Teapot Starbucks for something cool to drink. Back at the hotel we enjoy a light dinner and then retire to our room to begin the packing ...
... comparable to the classes at UCU, with around 30 students enrolled in the course. The class only lasted 50 minutes, and my second class of the day was scheduled at 2pm.
Psychopharmacology was another course that I put on my list of preferences since I am not able to take a similar course at UCU but do think that it perfectly fits my curriculum. Rather than the disorders and their underlying brain mechanisms (like the one mentioned above), this course focuses on the ...
... famous authors Thoreau, Emerson, Hawthorne, and Louisa May Alcott. We even had lunch on the shores of Walden Pond.
We finished off our trip with an evening of rock climbing with Callin and Emily. During this short trip we got a small taste of the amazing things that Boston has to offer. The people, sites, and history will not soon be forgotten. I have a strong feeling that this will not be our last trip to the Boston area.
Crossed back in to the U.S today. Was a very pretty drive through Vermont as the leaves are starting to change colour for the fall. Our first stop today was some duty free shopping, I picked up some ice wine, if your lucky you might get some :) We had a long wait at the border waiting for one of the girls to have her visa checked. Had to just sit on the bus and wait. We stopped at the home of Ben and Jerry's ice cream for ...
... amongst us. I decided I was going to start taking pictures of her every time she was talking to a stranger but I think I only got 2 or 3 shots, even though she probably asked 495 strangers for help.
So since my Mom found a group of men to talk to that were standing in front of a model ship, she learned that it was Bunker Hill day. Who knew there was a Bunker Hill day. Now we all know. There were people there dressed ...
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