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... on the evils of slavery. He eventually became an educator himself. There was a law passed that said that masters could even come to look for their slaves, the masters would pay "bounty hunters" to look for the slaves. Even free black men, women and children were in danger of being taken and sent to a plantation to work for an owner! There were many instances when the people helped "former". Slaves to become free people. Yay for New ...
... of how the colors looked changed too.. How appropriate for an Impressionist masterpiece! Downstairs there were additional works by such favorites as Renoir, Cezanne, Picasso, and Matisse amongst others. As I finished my tour of the museum I was watchful of the time, I really wanted to pop over straight across the Seine to the Musee D'Orsay, however I knew that one would have a huge line and was much larger so would take longer to go through. Hmmm, I was going to meet ...
... that evening after finishing our packing and didi one final walk around the Boston College Campus. What was particularly impressive was the Alumni Stadium, home of the Boston College Eagles Football team. Opened originally in 1915 it has been expanded twice and now has a capacity of 45,000 which is bigger than many of stadiums at ...
... butter oreo. It was pretty good.
After the tour I hopped in the F subway and got off at W4th St and walked to Murray’s Cheese for lunch. I got a Murray’s Melt which is a grilled cheese with their special blend of cheeses. Since there is no place to eat there, I took the sandwich down the street (turn right as you exit the shop) to a park to eat there. Careful, this is a very melty, cheesy sandwich so beware ...
... mass Julie and I took our first trip on the T (the subway/public transport). The T station at BC was close by. BC was the terminus stop for this Green line so trams were very regular. We took our first trip to Copley which was about 35 minutes away. It was a chance to do a little exploration and buy a few groceries at the local shopping centre.
Copley station was a fairly busy area not far from the ...
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