Courtyard by Marriott Boston Cambridge
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... br> Breakfast in the Trident book shop and cafe set me up for what was going to be one.long.walking.day.
Decided to walk the full revolutionary freedom trail; taking in everything to do with the Liberty men and the final split from the colonial motherland of Britain. From Revere to Boston Tea Party to Charlestown and Bunker Hill.
I have a bit of knowledge about the American Revolution but hell, after today my knowledge ...
... what it is at the opportune moment. I made it to America though so it can’t have been the passport I forgot. The flight was uneventful. A rare show of brotherly love found me upgraded to Premium Economy, which should’ve been delightful in every direction. I had an aisle seat but the man next to me very kindly swapped and let me sit at the window as he had no preference. Sadly, as I found out, he also liked ...
... ourselves. The grounds were lush and green, the buildings were tall, grand looking and made of stone. Just as they look on tv and in the movies! Sadly you couldn't get into the library without a student ID card, but it would have been impressive I can imagine!
One building we were allowed in was the Memorial Hall which commemorates the students current and those who had graduated who served in the army and navy during the war. There ...
... time and time again is not a concept that really has any historical precedent for African countries, and this shows. In the western world, there exists an implied social contract that is intended to safeguard the rights and economic vitality of the subjects by their rulers. However this notion has taken centuries to really take hold in the western world despite our forgetful imaginations. In Africa, states were arbitrarily determined by ...
... can't visit Boston without mentioning Harvard and MIT - 2 world class colleges, the former has produced 9 Presidents and the latter has given us 99 noble prize winners and is also known as 'Millionaires in Technology'. We were given a student tour around Harvard and it is a beautiful campus full of masterminds, the students look really normal by the way, they don't walk around with top hats and cloaks nor do they look ultra nerdy. The student ...