Babson Executive Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... of being restored. I don't think the locals want to see new modern buildings in the area even though it would be cheaper than restoring.
I managed to climb a few of the hills, a couple rivalling some San Francisco ones, but it was worth it. I got lots of pics for my Mum who has always wanted to go to Boston.
... State House was no longer needed as a city hall it became a mall of sorts. Offices and a restraint were built in with partitions and in 1880 the building was completely covered in adverts and posters. By 1880 there were plans to tear down the building but citizens formed a group to preserve Boston history and the statehouse. John Hanckock's house had been torn down a few months before and so now people were making a real effort to preserve colonial buildings. The deal breaker ...
... Shortly after that, Remco and his farewell-crew arrived and after our well-deserved morning cappuccino it was only the two of us left. The moment had come! I would not set foot on Holland for the next six months, and I was exchanging the warm January days for 'deathly Massachusetts cold'. The eight-hour flight literally flew by. I was going to read my newly bought book Butcher’s Crossing, written by Williams, but once I found my seat on the plane ...
That done off to do a 45 minute cruise around the Boston Harbour. This was very scenic and informative..
The bus tour of Boston was next on
the agenda. It was like a history lesson. We had forgotten the history of
Boston bearing in mind Year 8 was many years ago. The Kennedy's are a big
part of Boston. The Kennedy museum, Rose Kennedy's Rose ...
... us a hard time, he flirted with the stewardess who obviously fell in love with our boy! Definitely his Latin genes, I thought ;))
Once we arrived at Erica's house - Gaby's classmate during the German lessons in Frankfurt back in 2006 - he sat on our laps laughing and jumping! We were worried about how the jet lag could affect him, he instead didn't want to oversleep the arrival in America :)