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... went everywhere.
Boston is amazing.
Having negotiated the MBTA to our hostel (H.I.Boston -very nice, would definitely recommend) we sat in the sun drinking a local Samuel Adams beer (no such thing as half pints here so I got the bonus of finishing Ni's too). However to do this we did have to buy food.
State law here says you can only drink in public if eating a meal. Until our food ...
... England as opposed to the old England of which they just traveled from...Hench "New England Patriots". It all makes sense now.
Well Beacon Hill was the tallest hill at that time, Go back to the first picture of the old state house and the tip of Beacon Hill stood higher than the tip of the current state house today. That hill has been torn apart to create fill to build more land out on the ocean to expand Boston. We also got to go to the spots that the meeting ...
... for our flight to the Turks. Catherine and Nancy arrive to the Hilton around 7:00 and met us in the bar, which surprisingly filled up fast. We had dinner there after waiting about 30 minutes. Brent showed up at about 10:30 pm, dropped his stuff and disappeared until 2:30 am. We were a little worried about him but should not have been. We found out later he was talking with his mother in the bar. April 12, Boston to Turks: We got up at 4:50 am, walked to the ...
You have not heard from me in a while since I happened to spill water over my laptop during an enthusiastic Skype session and therefore had a hard time updating you! Now, however, I am writing this blog entry from my brand new Macbook Air 13’ and I must admit it is a lot greater than writing my previous entries.
Over the course of the past two weeks, school has been getting busier. In the week following our weekend in Philadelphia, I had two exams and ...
... and Indian Wars, until the British defeated the French and their native allies in North America. In the late 18th century, the New England Colonies initiated the resistance to the British Parliament's efforts to impose new taxes without the consent of the colonists. The Boston Tea Party was a protest to which Great Britain responded with a series of punitive laws stripping Massachusetts of self-government, which were termed the "Intolerable Acts" by the colonists. The ...
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