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... for a security pat down! After that brief interlude and having drugged
myself up on a variety of painkillers and anti-nausea medication we carried on
Slept most of the second flight, watched Finding Nemo,
queued for ages to get through passport control, all of us amazed and in awe of
the colour coded line system they have at Boston. So easy to navigate, Gatwick
could learn a thing or two from them!
Hello everyone! It has been awhile, I know. Oops. So much is going on and I always thought it would be much easier to write all of it down, but nothing slows down ever.
I have officially finished class for my first semester. It is incredibly weird because it has all gone so fast. After only three months, so much has changed in my life and here I am, nearing the end of the first of possibly only 6 semesters of my college career. I have been very successful here and ...
... in the city too which you can sit in a chill before a hard days shopping or touring and often the parks have stages up with performers on them and again little lakes and views.
If you are just stopping by Boston for a couple of days and do not want to spend too much money, I recommend Hostelling International. It was a lovely new and modern hostel and totally not what I expected. It is very clean and has small same sex rooms for ...
... Lakes: Michigan Erie, Huron and Superior. All of the water outflow from these lakes eventually flows over the falls. 2,271,247 litres of water go over the falls every second. The flow of water over both falls has stopped completely only once in 1848 due to an ice jam in the upper river. In October 1901, Annie Taylor, a 63 year old school teacher from Bay City Michigan was the first person to travel over the falls in a barrel and ...
... Instead, after stumbling up what felt like a million steps, we found the Mount Royal Chateau. Here we were able to see the beautiful Montreal we had been promised with a stunning view of the city for Abbie to repeatedly capture on her camera. With the day coming to an end and a night bus beckoning we made our way back to the hostel.
Whilst the night bus seemed like a good idea at first, with travel and accommodation catered for in one, it was the longest, ...