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... to take a turn for the serious again Melissa pointed out the dents in the paths- she informed us that these marks were from students throwing cannon balls from their windows during the war of independence! As we continued out tour we were made even more aware that today there was something going on at the university as gazebos, tents, seating were being arranged everywhere. I understood why when I walked past a huge banner that said 'congrats seniors welcome ...
... weren't having mind expanding conversations, it was just college. Finally we passed a quintessentially professor looking fellow, tweed jacket, leather patches, Burberry scarf, very scholarly. He ripped a **** right as he walked past us, pretty much perfectly providing a metaphor for out Harvard ...
... much is lost on us due to our lack of knowledge of the game. One thing which is quite impressive is that Babe Ruth who had played for the Boston Red Sox was ultimately sold off because the new owner didn't like him. He was sold for $100,000 in 1919! Another 12 players were sold at the same time for a total of $25,000. This proved to be a bad move for the Red Sox. Between 1903 and 1918 they won 5 championships and did not win another until 2004.
... our trolley. We took advantage of the time waiting for pick up at the trolley stop on Beacon Street to admire the Massachusetts State House (you have to love a town where a building from 1795 is considered "new") and the impactful Shaw Memorial, dedicated to the 54th Massachusetts Colored Regiment - the first American army unit made up of free black African American soldiers who fought in the Civil War. Their story was told in the ...
... such hard times. We saw it all in brilliant sunshine and it was hard to imagine how it must have been back then. We continued in a rather haphazard way – the roads didn’t quite seem to take us where we’d imagined! – to Falmouth where we could see Martha’s Vineyard, an exclusive island accessible by ferry for foot passengers only. We 'played’ on the beach in Falmouth for a while. It was very reminiscent of an England ...
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