Prospect Place Bed and Breakfast
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... is named after. Every room of the house has a picture of George Washington. There are also quite a few other famous people pictured around the house whom he had ties with. I thought one of the interesting things about this house was that there was once a battle that took place near here and a cannonball was recently found in the lawn by a landscaper from a battle that took places hundreds of years ago.
... and you would still find things to do everyday. It really is a great city; if you want extensive culture paired with beautiful architecture and lovely walks, this is the place for you. I would recommend this city to anyone who was thinking of visiting the US and would advise to go for a few weeks. Due to the amazing time I had with Diny and the surprising nature of the city, this experience has been just as good as NYC but for different reasons. Boston:- I won't be forgetting you any time ...
... authentic way! I got to go and see an ice hockey game too whilst in town, the Boston Bruins played the Toronto Maple Leafs. It really is an exciting game, akin to AFL on ice, they're even allowed to have punch-ons, well sort of allowed. The atmosphere was awesome, everyone was happy and dancing and cheering loudly just comes with being present. Think I could very easily get into this game. Also managed to find the Cheers bar, it's actually called ...
... The Center run a similar operation us at MaD (www.mad-uk.org). Programmes for 5-12yr olds and volunteering for 13+. Unlike us try run the after school programme 364 days a year (ours runs in school holiday) and its equates for a large proportion of the income. Like us they accept state welfare vouchers and subsidise places for those who fall out of the scheme but are in need. David explained to me the riverside area of Cambridge ...
Started the day by a long walk from Cambridge, through Harvard University, along the banks of the river Charles. Didn't feel too shattered, since there's only a 5 hour difference & we'd slept surprisingly well at our lodgings. Very welcominging & homely-made our own brekky and helped ourselves. Having informed Brian that we were 'walkers' he suggested we walked into Boston. We began our first day in America full of optimism...and it didn't disappoint. ...