TownePlace Suites Boston North Shore/Danvers
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 160; Neither of them were allowed to get married or they would lose everything! Peter's brother decided to get married, giving up his inheritance. People around the community believed that Peter took everything from his brother, which made him even less unpopular in the community. One night in a dream his uncle came to him as a ghost and showed him his past, present, and future. After the dream Peter decided to change his ...
... so much to see and unfortunately we did not cover even 1/4 which was sad. On Monday, I had organised to go to the aquarium and whale watching with Georgine (an awesome girl from Amsterdam). Unfortunately, whale watching was closed on a Monday so we did the aquarium and a tour of MIT (Massachusetts institute of technology). The aquarium was fun - we freaked out touching a sting ray and watched jelly fish majestically swim around various tanks (I am not sure whether they ...
... several remarkable yet exciting games such as 'flip the cup’, ‘slap the hoe’ and the famous ‘beerpong’. I had great fun spending my night as a typical American college student would, including R&B hits and dozens of red cups and ping-pong-balls. Also, it was lovely to hang out with Caroline at her home university as opposed to she spending time at ours, and it was nice to meet her friends. When Remco and I started to become pretty good at ...
... authentic way! I got to go and see an ice hockey game too whilst in town, the Boston Bruins played the Toronto Maple Leafs. It really is an exciting game, akin to AFL on ice, they're even allowed to have punch-ons, well sort of allowed. The atmosphere was awesome, everyone was happy and dancing and cheering loudly just comes with being present. Think I could very easily get into this game. Also managed to find the Cheers bar, it's actually called ...
... week at a cultural proficiency seminar with Primary Source. I soon learned that the organization would be running a study tour to Peru. Machu Picchu! Why hadn't I ever considered this remarkable destination?
I started with some simple research regarding the itinerary. Lima, Cusco, Machu Pichu, the Pisac Market- all of the history I had somewhat neglected to present to my students over the past few years was suddenly at my finger tips.