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... in Boston Massachusetts is just incredible. The plaques tell stories of city founders, the Revolution, Georgian church architecture, public punishments, religious persecution and Irish immigrants who arrived by treacherous boat rides to find nobody wanted them in their town/state/country believing they would steal jobs from locals (sound familiar). It was not lost on us that we stood surrounded by history and stories of past, ...
... almost no chance of getting in is showing up late to the seminar, underdressed. Who let him in?
Being late, I only caught the later half of a mock class that they started the program with. but what I saw was an amazingly eloquent professor talking about the increasing role of social networks in marketing. I have never been used to seeing strong speakers as professors, only highly knowledgeable, technical researchers who could not put together ...
Stopped off to snap the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum and made my way back to Cambridge - via the bustling Harvard Square/University precinct.
Had a light dinner - English Muffins & Cheese ( need to use the supplies up), before going to a local music venue which Chris from the night before had suggested. The place is called Toad and is about the same size as Hayley's ...
... Washington. It was 31 degrees today though, so only walked a couple of hours.
Tonight is our farewell dinner, and what a special evening it was. We have made some great memories with these folks, and I must admit we did enjoy the Aussies and NZ company the most. Tomorrow we journey together, then separate and go our separate ways.
... and a seafood supper. October 3 The now experienced Bostonians tour. Being an easy place to get around we were now getting into professional travellers mode and started with the Tea Party, the gardens of the City and lunch in a mall type eating emporium. Here the competition level between the many outlets keep the standards high and the prices low. A walk through Boston Common and along the Commonwealth Ave, Newbury St, and the Boston Library turns us to becoming intellectual with ...
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