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... talking together yesterday, Sunday. Harvard University is located in Cambridge, just west of Boston. We arrived early, so we could explore the historic campus. By sheer coincidence - or our usual good luck - our visit coincided with 'Oktoberfest', which included the 'Honk! Parade', a festival of activist street bands from around the U.S. and some foreign cities, most of them in hilarious attire. The music was mostly brass ...
... walk finished at the Bunker Hill Monument, an obelisk, with 294 steps which we climbed to gain a good aerial view over the city.
A late lunch ensued in a bar showing the Bruins' latest match, on 4 separate tv sets scattered about the room. We ate well and liberally - probably skip supper today! - and after a post-prandial stroll over the Common decided to retreat to our own bunker in Watertown. A tiring day of walking and ...
... at the crack of effing dawn and I'm sure she makes enough noise to wake up the whole hostel!! It's alright though getting up early means I can usually check in with my Aussie peeps, the time difference is a *****. Anyway I was going to check out the prudential centre but I got off a few stops before in downtown Boston (kind of the main area even though it's pretty spread out) the rain has stopped so I just wondered up the prudential centre ...
... uncertain of what I have contributed, if anything, to their lives.
And this is the work of God. In the upside-down kingdom of Jesus, it isn’t surprising that the flow of value is from the least to the privileged, that the visitors leave with more gifts than they brought. It’s a slow realization that those who appear wealthy may have the wrong type of currency; the humble are rich in their simplicity, and the witnessing ...
... to the computer science labs where some of the famous hacks that occurred at MIT are kept including a police car that was once de-assembled and rebuilt on the very top of the Greek dome as a way of protesting about the many parking fines being handed out by the police in the 70s, another one was a water fountain replaced by a fire hose to show the speed at which things happen at MIT. One of the buildings in the courtyard a high skyrise had been transformed into a giant Tetris game ...
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- Great deal for the budget minded traveler
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