Courtyard Boston Danvers
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... to see this"! It was pretty funny but I still wanted to see it. Thanks to Janet St. Germain for her suggestion or else I would never have seen it... We then walked back to the Commons and went to the Omni Parker House where Marion ordered an original Boston Cream Pie. It had almonds on it so I couldn't even try a taste... oh so not fair as I'm allgeric to ...
... foreign drivers have trouble with New Zealand roads. On the freeways and highways traffic traveling in opposing directions is completely separated by either barriers or wide grass areas. Most times you can not even see the traffic traveling the other way. Only when you come to the townships do you find traffic sharing the road in both directions and often a lot of these streets are one way also. Plymouth is where the first settlers set up home when they arrived on the ...
... of John Harvard were burnt away no one actually knew what he looked like! So, as one does, the nephew of the then president was taken to be sculpted as the face for John Harvard! 3.) despite what the statue says, the university was actually established in 1636 and is the oldest institution of higher education in the U.S. The statue of John Harvard has a gold left shoe and it is believed that if you rub the shoe and see gold then either you or you children will go ...
... as we are not allowed to wear anything below our elbows. Here virtually everyone has long sleeved tops, watches and most of the women have long painted or fake nails with large amounts of jewellery on even when performing procedures. I think we perform well in this area and understand the science behind it but why are even our socks mandated to be black and plain when we work in a children's hospital; I'm sure that there is no evidence ...
Saturday 14th September: Disembarkment day from the Maasdam - all Scenic met with our tour leader at 8.30 for disembarkation as a group at 8.45am. No problems, didn't even need our passports as that had all been done the day before. Farewell to our friends as most of them have a tour of Boston (we had seen it last year) a baseball game in the evening and then ...