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... you more about other people and stuf another time. Right now.. I do need to study a lot, a lot. But oh, I will keep you posted with other adventurous things in another blog! So far for studying at Harvard!
Enjoy the pictures from 'round and about Harvard, Harvard Yard, Harvard Square and etc. Feel free to send me a message now and then, if I haven't sent you one already. I will do my best to keep in touch a little too.
Miss you guys! Lots of love,
... went, but had I known that it was 40 miles round trip I likely would have rethought it. Not only that, but it was on a gorgeous bike path exactly in the direction from which I approached the city, probably less than a mile from the road I took which was busy and unpleasant. I feel like a fool, knowing that path is there and I had no idea. I'm tired, and I'm counting that ride with today's mileage because I can. Hooksett NH> Cambridge MA > Concord MA > Cambridge MA, 98 miles, day ...
... No real reason, just not as good on the job as others have been. He even asked me what was the best way to get to the airport!! I told him he was the driver and let him figure it out—Lots of people at the airport today—lots! Even the line for us with printed tickets was long, but finally through that and then on to security. Another long line but no problems. I had about an hour to wait before my Phoenix flight. I thought I had a straight through ...
... still predominantly wood built. The occasional Brick built place but not so often. The gardens are large but rarely divided by fence or hedge more by sheer distance from the house.
We pass through a small town centre which has a white church with an impossibly steep steeple, a town hall and an array of non-symmetrical houses all white clapperboard and very settler.
Four hours in the office to catch up before tomorrow's meeting then off for dinner at ...
... of Paul Revere which is in the middle of Little Italy. This was interesting as well but if you know us we were more interested in all the restaurants. We decided we needed a week just to get around Little Italy.
We were beginning to run short on time so we picked up the pace but could not resist the graveyards along the way...we saw Paul Revere's, tomb of John Hancock, Samuel Adams and so many. Very ...
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Very comfortable and quiet. Friendly staff. I hate being required to fill out reviews like this. Makes me dislike the site.
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