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26th of June
So this blog will be a bit about how I experienced my first week here at Harvard. A lot of pictures of Harvard Yard and everything. This blog is more personal, so I hope you guys will enjoy it. Cheers!
When I woke up on sunday, slightly jet lagged still, I met Aurelie. Aurelie is studying economics and is from Brussels. Right from of that moment we had a certain friendly vibe going on. Goofing around, making jokes and all of that. So I asked her to ...
... Spanish COs.
So it was a pleasant time all up. We really appreciated experiencing a taste of our international Christian brotherhood. We were in comforting and familiar surroundings at the Kingdom Hall with our spiritual brothers and sisters, and enjoyed sharing in the same information as you did at your Sunday meeting. Trust that you will enjoy having a look at these pics.
John and Helen
... and Museum. The museum took visitors on a journey through the history of the Boston Tea Party and subsequent American Revolution. The museum was interesting and informative, but it was not a great place to be British!
My second day in Boston, on the Sunday, started with a trip to Harvard University. I spent a good hour exploring the grounds of the prestigious university. There were also lots of old bookstores and a market that needed exploring too ...
... center is based is a much poorer area of its affluent neighbours and was historically a black neighbourhood back when the city was divided. Established 85 years ago, David explained he has been fundraising to carry out some major refurbishment of the building. They also got struck by lightening and had all the phone lines zapped! Everyone at the Center was helpful, welcoming and enthusiastic. It was a brilliant base for me to start my ...
... the Boston Public Gardens, China Town & the Theatre District.
We have loved Boston – it is a city that has a good feel to it. It’s easy to get around and everyone we met there were really friendly and helpful. Would love to go back one day!
Also just wanted to write a little about our first Airbnb experience. For those who don’t know, this is a website where people can rent out ...