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... I had called the company yesterday and got the code to the
door so they knew we were coming, and yet my promised envelope of entrance
unlocking devices was nowhere to be found. So we called them up and the useless
girl at the end of the phone had no answers for us and couldn’t get hold of the
manager. She said she’d keep trying but beyond that was of no help at all.
Being the drama queen I am I just sat on the ...
... The background noise transported me to a Saturday evening where friends are enjoying one another over drinks and a pub dinner, authentic and imitated but not easily replicated. I’ll be eating at Solas again. Try it, you’ll like it too.
I’ve eaten Thai at Chili Duck on Boylston several times. I find the fried noodle dishes there too oily but the soups, curries and other stir fry’s have all been good. The portions ...
... is located. For the princely sum of $10 we had the privilege of a guided tour by one of the current students - the very informative young lady was a third year student in linguistics! She was very funny and the tour was well worth it although we both commented that the grounds weren't as big as we had expected - I think it may have been that they are a bit spread out. Kylie managed to get herself a Harvard hoodie but unfortunately was ...
... we'd had enough and the parade seemed to be thinning out finally. Back into the city by subway to pick up our bus at Harvard Square. This area had had its own parade too, it seems, and this, combined with roadworks in the square lead to a general chaotic air. Our journey back took much longer than anticipated. We were starving by now and looked for a suitable eatery. Our best option was a Persian restaurant which served dishes reminiscent of our time in Oman. A nice birthday treat. ...
... we went to Harvard university and had a tour from one of the students. It was so interesting and we soon realised that Harvard students certainly have a different life to other students doing standard degrees. We were also quite excited to learn about the fraternities and clubs you could join. Interestingly, the students have to register all their parties and there is one undergrad who is 14. You can imagine how clever. The campus is beautiful with gothic brick work and ...