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... fair old while since I last posted and I remembered a few of you knew about my concerns with returning to the US. So here I am, safe and sound in Boston which, incidentally, is a great place.
I promise I will update you properly on my adventures soon x
After two hours on the GO Boston shuttle (go = no go with GO) we arrived at our boston hotel: the Buckminster. The idiot shuttle driver had for some reason decided to bypass our hotel to go back to a previous stop because some dick had taken the wrong bag - the driver figured it would be more efficient to not drop us off even though we were on our street! The hotel was somewhat of a return in time to days past it did however have character ...
... the stadium for free! After Fenway Park it was time to meet our Freedom Trail Tour guide at the Boston Commons. He was a patriot named George Wright and was a cabinet maker by trade. He shares a little bit more about himself in his video that we posted. The park was established in 1634 by William Blackstone and was originally named after him. That is until he was chased off by puritans in the area that took over his land and used it as common grounds to ...
At this very moment I am sitting behind my desk and looking outside I see a white winterwonderland and I can hear the vehicles making the roads accessible and free of the heaps of snow. Not that anyone is crazy enough to go outside right now, since warnings have been given out and Boston College cancelled all classes that were meant to start from 6 pm onwards. The little pile of snow on the windowsill is slowly growing and every now and then the wind gets hold of some snow ...
... at the bunker hill memorial, Which unfortunately was closed because of the government shutdown. The next day we went over to Cambridge to look around Harvard. We took a free tour which lasted an hour and gave a quick glimpse into college life and the history of the university. The campus is so beautiful, with the red brick dorms in the Yard and then the Memorial Hall, where the dining hall for Freshman is based on Christ Church College! ...