Crowne Plaza Boston Woburn
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... clams and seafood and that turned out to be difficult. We thought there would be tons of them since the town was filled with tourists. We finally found a tavern that had steamed clams and calamari. Not bad but not the best I've ever had. We're still looking for the real New England seafood place. And Mary, we will have a lobster roll if we can find one.
... that our health is still as good as it is and that we can walk and travel and meet new people. We hope 2015 will be at least as good!
January 1-Thursday—Up in time for breakfast and meet our friends there. Later off on a drive. It is very cold out and the wind is blowing, but the sky is blue. First stop was a place where the Pilgrims called First water. This is where they finally found fresh drinking water after landing on the coast ...
... fast friends with my class mates certainly helped my spirits! This morning was gloomy and foggy, but in itself beautiful with the trees every shade of fall that you'd expect. Bright reds, oranges and golden yellow leaves popping against the water, on street corners, yards and parks all woven in fog is the northeast fall that I was hoping to see. If only for the twenty minute ride ...
... thing. The group that does it is called NU Stage and they do other events as well. They put on a cabaret a couple weekends ago that was super cool and a very fun opportunity for me to explore in the future. They also hosted a karaoke night this past week which was a great bonding activity. All of the freshman got up and sang "Wrecking Ball" together. If you don't bond over that, you aren't ever going to bond. ;)
As I wrap up this post, I just wanted ...
... and walked around the grounds with all of the other freshman who were there for orientation. It's quite a large campus, but the area itself has quite a youthful and exciting feel to it. The grounds extend even further than just the dorms and the classrooms, with the sports stadium (which looks like a mini Colosseum) another suburb away.
After visiting Harvard (and leaving much smarter), we headed back to the Boston Common area to find something for dinner. On the way and all ...