Candlewood Suites Boston-Burlington
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... with Margaret and Ester, two members of the Boston College staff who are responsible for the international students, we managed to create a great event. Through different kinds of social media and advertising we stimulated as many friends to stop by and to join us in the celebration of the Dutch national holiday. Only one simple rule applied: be as orange as you can possible be! We had decorated one of the dining halls and transformed it ...
... in Boston. The hostel was full of different ages & people from various countries; I did a walking tour of the city and met people from Mexico, Australia and Singapore. The tour was great and was run by a volunteer - a local young woman who loved showing people her city. She was very knowledgable about her city and showed us all the sights but unfortunately we had to cut the tour short due to the freezing weather. A flashing antennae on top of one of ...
... I'm having a very fine time. I have decided not to go directly to New York but on a recommendation I'm heading for cape cod for a few days starting Monday (which is labor day in the USA which means end of summer - for some!). The hostel has free wifi so while the going is good in this respect I thought I would update you all on my activities. I hope all is good in your worlds and thank you for all the fine messages ...
... and I were with our lobster rolls, we weren't near as excited as Anna was when she saw macaroni and cheese on the menu. After all the rice, fish&chips, mud snails, cold cuts, cheese, spaghetti carbonara, chocolate crepes, croissants, burgers, schnitzels and quiches, all this girl ever really wanted was a good bowl of Mac and cheese. Mission accomplished.
Will write one last post from San Francisco tomorrow.
... very straight, non-smiling customs officer I thought he asked "what do your folks do back home?" and I ever so politely said "oh, well my Dad's retired and my Mum pretty much is too". He then said "so what do you do?" of course we told him.
We finished up after a good ten minute chat/drilling and as we walked away Leigh started coughing in fits of laughter much to my surprise. If you haven't worked it out by now the officer probably ...