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... Cruising away from Boston, we enjoyed a beautiful sunset and silhouette of Boston. While we were at dinner tonight, the ship enter the Cape Cod Canal. We passed under three bridges built in the 1930s. The pilot and captain navigated the narrow canal with only three feet to spare between the bottom of the bridges and the highest point of our ship. We're looking forward to entering New York harbor tomorrow ...
... a.m. with former grantees; I felt welcomed.
Its funny the first encounter I had with a member of Shooting Touch was
with the former grantee Leah Westbrook. She was sitting outside my hotel room
with all of her luggage. I thought; “does this girl know there is only one bed?” as she
threw her stuff in the room. Soon after Priscilla Dodoo joined us in now “our” 1 bed
hotel room. Jammed packed and all, I wouldn’t have had it any other ...
... 27, but potentially could have been up to $150 + the anxiety of whether they will insist that more than the one page is needed: Translation of one page of my background check, oddly the only piece of paper that they needed translated…..
$160: Payable to the Consulate of Spain for a student visa, but if you are a resident of any other country, it would only be about 1/3 of that, jerks.
$515: Price paid to cancel, rebook ...
J was in charge of ordering breakfast this morning at Penn Station while we waited for our train..... I had had the 'honour' of trying to decipher the NYC breakfast speak the day before and today was his turn...... simple....? the plan was two portions of fried eggs with sausage..... but the result was a lot of pointing at the menu, glazed looks at the server and snatches of 'on a plate please....., hang on, wait a minute.... on a plate...the platter on a plate......' ...
... Michela is an absolute sweetheart and she showed us all around. We were going to meet to watch the Bruins game (Michela hooked us up!!!) and before then I explored around Faneuil Hall (I also had great New England clam chowder). As I went downstairs I bumped into a group of folks from Ohio (genuine good natured folks) and they said I could join their tour by a very skilled tour guide by the name of Travis. We walked around Boston, saw Paul Revere's ...