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... the Internet. Saw some robots. Was starting to get all museumed out by then. -Fenway park stadium tour: I really enjoyed it. Home of the red socks. Baseball might not be that interesting to watch but Americans sure make the history sound glorious. Got some good ideas for potential burnside home ground change rooms if we win the lottery. Met one of the old guides with championship rings. He said he couldn't hit back in his ball days and so he was ...
... pretty sure I would have threatened a time out on. One even made the statement "this is the last time I help a family out." Their big fit was that they had to board the plane last and they didn't get any special treatments (it should be notes that they here actually moved up two rows to our seats). Just some lovely people in the world and I am very proud of my kids for being better behaved than the two grown men! We are now on the plane and ready ...
... ago was parent's weekend! The whole family made the trip out to Boston to come see me. It was a blast! I miss them all so much and it was awesome to be able to show them around the campus and city that I love so much. We took a tour of the campus, a Duck Boat tour of Boston itself, and went out to dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe. Kendall and I spent a lot of quality time together as we shared my twin bed. While it was close quarters, it was so fun to have her there. On ...
... at Johns with inevitable beers and Jack Daniels. Oct 20 To Cape Cod. We drove to Cape Cod and travelled the old 6A checking out this and that including old windmills and a few walks. The walks near the Natural History museum were great; across salt marsh and dunes. We then moved on to Nauset Marsh trail. Here an inland salt pond connected by a narrow channel to the sea. The pond was formed by an ice block melting in the last Ice Age 18K years ago. We travelled toward Wellfleet ...
... we went to Harvard university and had a tour from one of the students. It was so interesting and we soon realised that Harvard students certainly have a different life to other students doing standard degrees. We were also quite excited to learn about the fraternities and clubs you could join. Interestingly, the students have to register all their parties and there is one undergrad who is 14. You can imagine how clever. The campus is beautiful with gothic brick work and ...
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