Cambridge Gateway Inn
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... just get but LIVE) in Spain again. I looked at some options after I graduated college but nothing came up. Once I was in the working world, I figured my Spain time was over. But after I failed to get the position I wanted at my current school, I started looking into Spain options again- this time for graduate school. I found a program with the University of Alcala (40 minutes from Madrid) with the Instituto de Franklin. It was the ...
... of an American sim card and a kindle charger wire! Let me tell you... Macy's doesn't do electrics; or at least this one didn't! So after failing at Macy's and unable to use the internet to find a shop it was spontaneous meandering through the streets of Boston; a great way to get to know the city for yourself. Low and behold I came across a tmobile store! I now officially have an American phone number! I keep forgetting that the tax is not included in the price which is ...
... and floor to ceiling. It even got Andrew in the spirit of reading! They had books dating back to the 1600's but mostly from 1800-1900 era. They had sections for newer books as well but there was so much history in these stores. Was a dream. :-)
That's all for today,
Andrew and Mercedes
P.S. We were told today the correct way to pronounce Boston is Bahston or Bawston....whichever way makes it easier to pronounce. hehe
... rebel army took over most of the country, it achieved independence in 1974. In Mozambique, the Portuguese packed their bags hastily and the Marxist-Leninist experiment began with the Frelino guerillas assuming power. Their divisive and extreme policies however fueled a civil war further down the road. After UN involvement, Mozambique managed to stabilize following their elections and the primary rebel group, Renamo which was fighting the ...
... neither of us drink beer so missed that one) and a pretzel. Aidan's eyes just keep getting bigger and the smile wider as the field fills up with people and game time gets closer. There was a lot of lead in to the game, the biggest cheer was for a mother and daughter who were badly injured in the marathon bombing (lost legs) who tossed the first pitch. The anthem and an older fan got to call "play ball". The game was a good one, no home runs, but Boston ...