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... the Revolution so there was much rejoicing, especially when the State House insignia of Unicorn & Lion was torn from the rafters and set ablaze on King Street. Let the good times roll!
Faneuil Hall is sometimes called "the cradle of liberty" which sounds pretty cool until you learn it was funded and built by Peter Faneuil, a wealthy American colonial merchant, slave trader, and philanthropist. Perhaps that's why Pete's offer of a "free" hall was met with such a ...
... weren't American or Canadian got the run around.
So firstly we were all herded into a little glass room where we are told to get our passports out and 'keep the noise down because this is serious.' Jess and I were one of the first from the bus and the first from our tour group to go to the counter. The meanie behind the desk (who was wearing a gun I might add), looked at our passports and asked us a few generic questions. He then put a giant orange sticker on ...
... being a potential single catch! Harvard was truly magnificent, and it was far from the old time School it truly is ! We could have easily spent the day there and some! It is hard to put into words how beautiful it is, makes our Uni's look like concrete jungles with no personality but maybe in another 100 years or so we may think differently! Boston is a green city with lots of leafy trees and full of beautiful homes, if you have ...
... to get the whole “traveling ordeal” over with. I just make sure to wear loose-fitting layers and to keep my hot pink lipstick handy. I wouldn’t whip out my bow tie until I reached Paris, thank you very much.
After clearing through security, I found myself easily annoyed by the hordes of people. It was late, and I had worked all day. Could I just have some peace and quiet? Nope. It did feel ...
... the Georgian mansion built in 1759 where George Washington set up headquarters for a while and where Henry Wadsworth Longfellow lived, and admired the other houses in the area. I also spent some time at Harvard, had some food, saw some of the residences, and different campuses. When I got back to the hotel, the moon was low and massive.