Irving House At Harvard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bring a towel, have towel, will travel. I know better.
A quick shower later and I was ready to hit the town. Google tells me that the two places to go to are Harvard Court and Davis Court. I chose Davis because that is where I happened to end up after getting cut off on the road. Did I mention Boston has bad roads and aggressive drivers?
So I got to Davis Square, I would not really call it anything special, it ...
... the week. It was very good and all enjoyed it. Then we stopped by Lord and Taylor on the way home to see if i could find a wallet. We ended up with a Polo shirt, shorts and some undershirts for Chase and i. The girls were supposed to get a "bra fitting" but Copey did not like the lady that was helping and nothing happened. We then went back to the room and watched Draft Day with Kevin Costner on the TV in the room. We got to chill out some, pack and get ...
Had dinner here n now are awaiting boarding. On the plane. Note our almost ensuite bathroom. You can (almost) see dick sleeping in our seats n the bathroom was just an arms reach away. (of course we did have to share it with a few other people) ...
... and we thought he wasn't listening when we read him the poem). The guide was interesting and said that if it weren't for Longfellow writing his poem a hundred years later, Revere would not be so famous, and in her view probably deservingly so. A case of promotion outweighing reality.
We then followed the trail to the Old North Church (where the lanterns were hung) and had a look inside - the pews are lovely. People in the ...
... King of Scotland, then you comprehend the scale of horror perpetrated in that country during his reign. Following his rule, Uganda was involved in a war with Tanzania that resulted in its defeat and has been ruled by Yoweri Museveni since 1986. Uganda does support proxy wars in the DRC and also is fighting the Lords Resistance Army headed by Joseph Kony. You've probably seen Invisible Children's account of it. Zimbabwe is a very sad story ...