Courtyard by Marriott Boston Woburn / Burlington
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... haha. My flight leaves 3hours after Aoife's, but it was pointless wandering around aimlessly, so I catch a lift to the airport with her. I checked in online last night (and this morning for the internal UK flight) but I'm so early that the bag drop doesn't even open for another hour. Too many holidays with Michael has me used to this scenario ;) I just sit down on the floor and wait. Once I get my bag moving, I'm ...
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... at least in my case. I like exploring, and, being by myself is a whole new freedom. I don't have any place or list of things I have to visit in America. Everything I've seen and done in Boston so far has been done just by wandering. It's bloody liberating! So. Harvard University was today's first visit. I didn't end up at the picturesque, stereotypical Campus. I ended up at "Harvard Graduate School Of Education" and "Radcliffe Institute For Advanced ...
... and unhelpful to my 'don't spend more than $37 a day' budget- especially with entrance fees being so high. After a lunch spent face timing the family I was off to see some of historical Boston. I had been recommended to go to the Boston tea party museum by my politics student friend. I don't know whether the museum was typical of all American museums yet but it was definitely very different to the U.K. Ones! The tour was guided by an actress and sporadically joined by ...