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... I learn not to trust gross looking burger vans?! Anyway, this morning I got all of my bits together, bumped into two girls that I had met at my phillie hostel, had a brief chat and left my hostel. I am currently sat at the most boring airport known to mankind, but hey, at least it has wifi! Boston was an absolute treat. But I am now super excited to enter a new country, although I am stupidly anxious about the fact they speak French! Goodbye Boston and Bonjour Montreal ...
... the trees there appeared the sign of BAGEL above a bakery door
Who could ever have imagined the juxtaposition of a commemoration of the starving Irish and a bakery with constant supply of fresh bagels. as the dyslectic said 'there is a dog'..
Realizing I was in a state of euphoria She pounced... how about we go see the aquarium now... in a moment of weakness I agreed... it was off like a rat up a drainpipe and I had to run ...
... Some of the lifts at the train stations were less than sanitary...eww. The train up to Salem wasn't too bad though. Getting out of the station, we went the wrong way to start with, oops. Back on track after a visit to the Doctor, we went looking for lunch. Instead we found Ian's long lost brother. He recommended a place that wasn't actually open yet for the season, but the guy who was renovating recommended the Lobster Shack. The ...
... back to how amazing my time in and around Boston has been. So many things have happened the past couple of months and I can not even grasp all the memories that were made. Words can not express how happy I am about my Boston College experience and I feel so privileged to have been able to study at this amazing college and being thought by fantastic professors. The quality of the courses, campus life, the city of Boston and the friends I made for life surpassed all ...
... and has now been giving this tour very happily for 8 years.
We started off at Beacon Hill. This first photo is Andrew standing in front of the lawn that John Hancock's house used to sit. He had no will signed so the city took it over and tore down his home to build this now standing massive state house. The roof is made of 13 pounds of 23 karat gold and is the oldest state house in America. Now John Hancock's house is on a 50 acre property that is now known as ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking