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Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... for you, o reader, if the phrase "Neo-Gothic architectural details" bores the bejesus out of you), but I still enjoyed our stroll around campus.
We took a brief rest stop at Grafton Street pub, and I dished with Liz over how Grafton Street is one of the main shopping drags in Dublin. We had a great window seat with solid views of the street and campus, and over apps we ...
... East" (just when I thought I had finished camp...)
Due to the fact that they only performed at 22:45 we had two hours to burn. Had a long walk up and down Cambridge area. Waking through MIT, seeing the many fraternities and student complexes with the Greek letters above their doors. Pretty cool, and just like the movies.
The bands name was Sebadoh
and apparently they were semi successful in the 90s. I was absolutely exhausted ...
... two lanterns to warn the rebels of the British plan to attack by sea, a route which would shorten their approach dramatically. It's got all the trademarks of a heroic story which is told beautifully by the church staff who hold short speaking tours from the pulpit every now and again to explain some of the intricacies of the church history in this tale and in others. Very much worth a visit.
We skipped past the next Burial Ground because it was freezing cold and we'd ...
... based on research, electronics, engineering, finance, and high technology—principally biotechnology.
Boston was the second City we visited in North America and we travelled via our first Greyhound Bus which was cool.
We arrived in the midst of a Red Sox game and so the tubes were packed but we got chatting to a few people on the tube who were raving about the City and urged us to go to a Red Sox game.
... cars and exchanged bags of Christmas goodies and home where we relaxed and talked and tried for an early bedtime but did not happen.
Dec 24th-Friday -Up early and breakfast, read the papers and dressed like it was cold outside, which it was! 28 degrees this am. I have my heavy hiking boots with 2 pair socks, jeans (last night I had my sweat pants over them), a turtleneck-shirt and a sweater, earmuffs, scarf and my new heavy parka. Then we walked the 4 minutes to ...