Courtyard by Marriott Boston Westborough
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The day started thankfully a bit later. We completed the freedom trail including Paul reveres house, the uss constitution and bunker hill then headed over to Harvard for lunch. In the afternoon we then continued on to MIT where we spent a fun couple of hours at the museum of technology. We especially enjoyed the images of ...
... for a walking tour of the area and Harvard university. Given the reputation of Harvard, and also having seen it in several American movies (usually teen comedies) I was excited to be on the grounds and get some photos. At $US58,000 a year, and only a 15% acceptance rate, it really drives home just how exclusive it is. I thoroughly enjoyed the tour, and afterwards headed back onto the subway to venture into Chinatown in the hunt for rendang paste.
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... time?? Anne Grant asked me what songs I prefer and I got to to 'In Christ Alone' and 'We will rise again', hands down my 2 favs in the catholic church, 'in christ alone' brings me to tears by the time I'm done with it. Fr Ron told the church I'll be gone for 5 months and gave me his blessing, so eVERYone came up and wished me well. Another very special addition to the incredible support I have, and I heard from complete strangers "you're my favorite singer, please come back", ...
... especially as needy and ill patients. I don't always feel great, and believe me, I would prefer to not have needed these toxic cancer treatments. But life IS what it is and I'm practicing making lemonade out of lemons! I continue to enjoy my impromptu Boston vacation. The many lessons of my yoga teachers help. Yoga is safe exercise when properly taught and practiced. When I take a class with other yogis, I feel strong, not ill. It keeps me very much in the ...
... get this paper to the consulate (not to mention the fact I have no health insurance!) I was scared that this accident would impale me from being able to pursue this experience and halt me from returning to Spain.
I, luckily, walked out of the ER with 18 stitches on my left inner thigh, scraped up left elbow, deep contusion to my right bicep/deltoid and some facial bruises. No broken bones, no concussion, and no pain ...