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... in fact the statue isn't John Harvard, his star got burnt in a bad fire and the new statue was of someone else. He also told us of the library named after Harry Elkin Widener who had a passion to extend Harvard's library collection while studying there so he went to England to collect a few Francis Bacon essays and boarded a ship to come home. Unfortunately he boarded the Titanic and as the ship went down and life boats were filling up he ran back to his room to grab the ...
... 8230;proudly the least Texan, Texans we'll apparently ever meet. We had a great time and travelled back to Boston together. We really could've hung out with them longer, but we have an early start in the morning and needed to get back to get organised for the next step of our journey. …oh, and for those of you coffee lovers travelling to America, Starbucks is not the only coffee option…I discovered Peet's today and it's ...
... tired. So far, I’m not too good at resting yet. That’s still a goal. But I’m doing a really good job so far of fitting my treatment into my life rather than making the cancer my life. This week, I went kayaking at Eastman Pond with Jeri C., Annie S. and I went to the Hello Cafe at Cedar Circle Farm, walked down to the river and then picked organic blueberries for us to eat this winter! I went to 2 regular 1.5 hour AHA yoga classes backing off when need be. ...
... you aren’t in a rush to get anywhere specific, I did find the need to
take the subway, known in Boston as “The T”. This has to be the oldest and
slowest mass transit system in the country. After recently returning from travel
in China where the new subway systems are super modern and efficient, Boston’s
rickety T feels more like an amusement park ride than an urban transportation
system. OK, so Boston has one major strike against it.
... we are taking good care of our goodbyes. And even though it is sad to leave campus and leave all these amazing people that I have spent so much time with over the last months, I am not too sad because I know that I will see most of them again one day and I am just too excited about everything that is yet to come! In less than 24 hours, my travelling will have officially started and I will be strolling down the streets of Chicago, together with Josh, Claire and Gerald. ...