Fort Hill Inn
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... and a beanie. And a blanket. And chemical hand and foot warmers. I was still cold during the game. Jumped on the fan bandwagon at the entry gate and bought a Pats beanie. So much fun in the crowd. They got off to a bad start but came back and won the game. It's official. I am now a Pats fan. Food Jacks: easy on the first night. I even got my own gluten free bread rolls there. Food not bad. Bogies place. A hidden restaurant inside J.curneys bar. Felt ...
... in a place as old as Boston. John Hancock, the first person to sign the Dec. of Independence, Paul Revere, "The British are coming.." Silversmith and first Director of the Sanitation Dept. They lived here and are buried here. There is a memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Mass Regiment. They were the first volunteer black regiment in the Civil War.
Back to the Lenox for a ...
... finally! so not out in the wild but still. Very cute little critters. I just wish I hadn't gone on a weekend. Way to many small people to trip over and waaaay to many parents with ankle biting pushchairs.
Then it was hockey tiiiiiiiime! This was what I had been waiting for! The rink is only a stones throw from the hostel so I walked over and got in line to show my ticket at the door. The atmosphere was buzzing! So many people excited to see the game, ...
... colors green and orange, keeps a running list on yellow post-its of just about anything (including all of the restaurants we want to try) and is a fiercely loyal friend.
3). Jess, who is our in-house rocket scientist (no....really) and professor and Associate Dean at Olin College of Engineering I met.....hmmmm....how long have Paul and Nicole been married?.......I would say approximately 14-15 years ago at our dear ...
I currently find myself in an empty dining hall, without food nor students, and it has never been this quiet before. Exams finished on Monday and thus the last students moved out yesterday or today and campus is pretty much deserted apart from the last parents wandering around and dragging their kid's suitcases to the car. The last couple of weeks went by incredibly fast. I spent a lot of time in the library, studying for my five final exams, and I spent the rest of the ...