BEST WESTERN University Hotel-Boston/Brighton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... my friends again! I literally now have 2 days of class this week and 2 days of my internship. Another easy week! I could get used to this. If only they would refund our tuition for these days...
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... different colours of cladding! The monument was similar to the one in Washington yet smaller. We walked around the Freedom Trail which was guided by a pathway through Boston where we saw lots of historical elements mainly referring to the American Revolution. We also stopped at a more ice rink to watch the locals playing ice hockey which was ...
... the window. It was a classy moment you know. On the way back down I passed a little bird feeding station that was just crawling with squirrels. There was a little baby there which was very cute and I seem to have developed a little obsession with taking pictures of squirrels, so I stayed there snapping them until my fingers went numb (with the cold - not the number of pictures taken). In the evening I met up with a local guy called Denis who had offered to show me round ...
... in her heart (i.e. obsession) for any sort of Asian cuisine, even that of the neon green soup variety from sketchy establishments in Texas.
5). John ("JW"), who makes up the other half of our FTPs, I know through Jess and Drea. To be more precise, I met him one night when I was about 27 getting late night pizza after a group of girlfriends (including Jess and Drea) and I went on what turned out to be a truly horrifying ...
... organic/local food, crafts and musical entertainment. This 6mile round rip was a dry pleasant walk on a day when the skies stayed totally blue. Later we headed north to Montgomery picking up about 10 new covered bridges with 4 spectacular lattice ones by the Jewett Brothers from 1883. Booked the rest of the US leg of the trip. Oct 13 South bound A quick look at the Emily covered bridge in Stowe and we sped South on the R89 to the Quechee Gorge - which what it says on the tin, ...