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... us through the neighborhood (Brookline, a veritable Jewish haven) on the way to Meg's. Funny they live about 5 minutes away from each other. We schlep everything in and say our goodbyes to Toni. Meg shares a three bedroom house in Jamaica Plain...it's cute. Meg's room is good size, the only drawback...her closet is too narrow to hang any clothes. Erin is feeling pretty good so we decide to venture out to Faneuil Hall, ...
... Harvard student who we met in line for the Megabus when we were delayed who was rushing to get back for wrestling training haha! He offered to give us a tour of Harvard as he usually does them in term time so knows the facts and figures. We met in Harvard square where the tour began and he showed us through the quad, the library's, gave us some interesting facts about the school. There apparently is a thing where by touching the gold boot of John Harvard Statue you get good ...
... 160;Staff do work for their tips even though they are pretty much compulsory. Perhaps just by separating the bill in that way it puts a value on it that keeps them motivated. Also the range is 15-20%25 and it is at the customers discretion based on they service received what amount they pay. We have found sitting at the bar is a great way to meet others and today was an example. We met a mother and daughter duo from ...
... told me that Micah, the owner is such a nice guy. And that he has never had a better haircut from anyone. So on Wednesday morning I went to the Lebanon Barber Shop and sat down to wait my turn. Micah gently shaved my head. We snapped the selfies I wanted with my Iphone. And when I went to pay for my haircut, Micah would not let me pay. He is a class act. Please patronize him and spread the word.
I have had good energy as long as I don’t do too much and get ...
... br> than the reality of his presidency.
So I was hoping to see some Southies in South Boston, the
working-class Irish-American Bostonians who talk like Marcky Mark. They’ve
apparently all been priced-out to the suburbs, and the South Boston peninsula
neighborhood clearly now has a mostly yuppified population that speaks with
university grad accents. That’s no fun!
While most of central Boston is pleasant enough to stroll