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We were once again boarding a train at 8am, this time for only 4 hours though. Arriving into Boston South Station, we looked at our map to find out where we were staying. Turns out there are 2 streets called School Street in Boston, and we went to the wrong one - unless we fancied staying in a Radioshack! Eventually, after finding a subway station, we got to Backpackers Hostel on the correct School Street in Everett, a suburb of Boston. To ...
... It became deep very quickly, and she didn't like it at all...back out she came!
Today, we went into Gloucester (hometown of our friend, Susan --- Maeve's human grandma!). What a lovely place! We went on a walking tour of the harbour, and a little shopping. Pam managed to find a little shoe store that sold Merrells....and she found 3 pair that fit her! There was also a water race --- any type of craft that could move under human ...
... the Public Park which is next to Boston Common (another park). These parks are beautiful. There is a lot going on, lakes, animals, tennis courts etc. There are also a lot of squirrels. Talk about cute! I managed to get one to take a nut out of my hand three times and another twice. I loved hanging out with them, their bushy tails are so cute. And the stop and sit up like Mere Cats. Cute, cute, cute!
... House and the Red Light District; I'll have to find time on Sunday to go to the Van Gogh Museum.
Saturday, September 8th: Five Days. Visiting lovelies on the actual Emerson campus!
Sunday, September 9th: Four Days. Really started packing intensely. Cedric got hair everywhere. Spent some time with Ellen at the Fall Street Faire. Then went to say hello/goodbye to dad's parents and Maura =/ Had ...
... very cool. We can walk to the business school
in under 5 minutes which is great.
On the first day of the new term we got assigned new
discussion groups. If you remember, these are the five individuals you have to
spend an hour a day with from 8am to 9am talking about the day’s cases.
Andrea’s were very hard workers and she got a lot out of it. Adam’s group were
a bit of a disgrace. After about a week, only two ...