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Arrived after 36 hours of travelling, a little tired but good!!! Flights were good! First day in Boston tomorrow!!! ----------------------------------- Am checked in and at the gate about to board! Have done really well suit case is only half full!!! Lots of shopping to come! Talk to you all on the other side of the world! I'm leaving on a jet plane!! Xx
Here I am at the Copley Square Hotel.
Tedious travel day.
Should be able to find some ridiculous travel companions to lampoon in a bonanza blogging blitz.
Nope. Sat next to a lovely lady from upstate who is visiting the cousins in Boston. Left hubby behind, because he's becoming more 'anxious' to leave the town/vicinity/house these days. She'd rather be on her way to her cousins place in the Bahamas. Who wouldn't. I bet when he's ...
... Boson common. It seems that Boston is about the oldest city in the country. All small uneven streets to give the place a bit of character. On the edge of the common is the building with the gold domed roof, as seen in The Departed. Though set here that film wasn't filmed here so 'ah that's where this and that happened' moments will be light on the ground. I headed back to the hostel for a free pasta meal. Due to the bus times it was the ...
... men, it was not until 1999 when the original women’s college Radcliffe amalgamated with Harvard that women were conferred Harvard degrees. The city of Boston has a large number of tertiary students - around 150,000 students in 35 higher education institutions within the city.
Some other interesting areas of the campus we visited were the Memorial Church and Widener Library. The grassed area between the two is used for ...