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... with separated bike lanes, and it's relatively flat. The historical part of the city, and really it's all historic, is very bikeable, the suggested route being 2.5 miles packed with revolutionary history and architecture dating back to the 17th century. Today was filled with such exploration; I got a full history lesson before lunch. Afterwards I moved out if last night's warmshowers and went to stay with a high ...
... also has amazing views of the whole of Manhatten. After this we went to Prospect Park. Apparently it's not just the names of our towns that they borrow, though admittedly their Prospect Park is much nicer than ours! We also realised that New Yorkers have a lot more friends than us - there were groups of 20-30 people all over the park.
In the evening David introduced us to the best place ever. Three words: pulled, pork, BBQ. Another three words: pay by ...
... s thin down jacket, gloves, and a scarf, I won't need to bring my ski jacket. But I'm still debating if that's the right choice. It would be highly convenient for someone to invent a magic coat that is waterproof, cool in summer, warm in winter, and free :D
In terms of actually being productive, I've finished going over the required online class that opened last Monday. The test is on Thursday - 10 multiple choice questions - and from what I've heard I ...
... run through my mind:
- I wish I'd brought the dark sparkly blue nail polish with me
- I am thankful for today
- I missed 11:11am but am going to make a wish on the plane anyways
- I always get cold on planes and my hands always go numb because I sit on them for warmth when I sleep
- There are hearts everywhere and it's beautiful and lovely and makes me happy!
Things I am excited about:
... as it looks oily. Here it was all fresh and cheap so I had a nice meal which was great. I spoke to mum for a bit once I returned to the hotel and then just relaxed ready for another big day tomorrow in Boston.
The next morning I left my B & B for the train station which luckily for me was across the road. I had to go about 5 stops to the Harvard stop as I was visiting Harvard today!!! I have always wanted to see this campus and finally I was here. Harvard is a ...