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It has been a long time since I have written, and I apologize for that. Things have been really busy around here and I just haven't had the time. Here is my run down of the last month!
Urinetown has been so much fun. We have been working tirelessly on learning music and dances, blocking scenes and putting together costumes. I love my character and the people in the show. I am so grateful for the opportunity to be in this show because it ...
... a Cruise Ship excursion having a tour. We knew all about that! Pics 9-18 show the parts we walked through. All Freshmen must live in accommodation in these squares so most buildings are dorms. The library is the biggest university library in the world and in the US only out ranked by the University of Congress. It came into existence as a result of a bequest given from a woman whose husband and son died on the Titanic. It came with three rules: the ...
Many of you have been to Boston before and made good comments. Our first day confirmed all we had heard. We are staying 'midtown' and it's both convenient and very nice. No breakfast at this Hotel but we have located the nearest Starbucks and Geoff walks early and comes back with the appropriate kick starter and a fresh, warm 'morning bun' which gets us through to lunch. We read your 'coffee comment' Alison. I think we're ok! He he. Steve and Robyn, even you would survive here. We are ...
... there are numerous stops I could go to, and I was booked on a photo walk at 10am that had a meeting point of Massachusetts State House at Boston Common. It was a little early to head straight there though, so I jumped off at Haymarket and head to Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market for breakfast: bagels and OJ. There's not much open this early, so I walk some of Boston's Freedom Trail in the direction of Boston ...
... the YWCA, not a hotel. No, this spot would not be ideal for me. We left and I said I know what I’ll do for my Boston long stay. Let’s get out of here and enjoy our day!
We had “Pinkberry,” we stopped into the Boston Public Library to admire its beauty, we hit the Nordstrom Rack on Boylston, and we headed over to Charles Street to meet my friend Elaine. I was so happy to sit in an outdoor cafe and catch up on her latest adventures ...
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