Copley Square Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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We arrived in Boston late last night and checked into the Copley Square Hotel... such a cute hotel with real character. We even got an upgrade! :-) The hotel breakfast was delicious.... omelettes and eggs and potatoes.... yummmmm. Our first proper hotel breakfast of the trip! We then did a lap on the Trolley tour, a hop on hop off bus.... Boston is …
... south of Boston and after getting a shuttle bus we arrived at the museum. We had learnt about the John F Kennedy from our early school days, but we were about to get full history of the 35th US president. We first watched a documentary on the early life, and the rise of his political career. We then walked round the museum and learnt much of his life as the president, his family and finally his assassination. After a quick bite we were off again, nope we ...
... as clear about what we are dealing with as possible. So I feel very, very, very good about where things are and I feel like we have done a very thorough evaluation and we see no evidence of disease and I’m thrilled about this and I hope you are too."
Hooray! Yes,I am both relieved and thrilled after a long year of treatment and the stress of the last couple of weeks. Thanks to Adele and Larry for once again ...
This year, my celebration of the King's birthday was slightly different from previous years. Instead of partying at the King’s Day festival in Amsterdam, I brought King’s Day to Boston College! Together with Remco, Karel and Maxime – the other Dutch exchange students – we decided to introduce the BC students to some Dutch culture and one of the weirdest parties of The Netherlands. We had been organizing this for quite a while and ...
... felt eerily similar though. The grand brick buildings, green courtyards sparsely filled with trees and squirrels and stories of traditions and superstitions...I was starting to feel like I was home again. Our guide, a 3rd year Biology student, took us around the campus explaining the allocation of housing for first years: all are required to fill out a questionnaire on their personalities - their parents are even involved in submitting their own views too- then the students are ...