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... Michela is an absolute sweetheart and she showed us all around. We were going to meet to watch the Bruins game (Michela hooked us up!!!) and before then I explored around Faneuil Hall (I also had great New England clam chowder). As I went downstairs I bumped into a group of folks from Ohio (genuine good natured folks) and they said I could join their tour by a very skilled tour guide by the name of Travis. We walked around Boston, saw Paul Revere's ...
... Toscanini's to anyone travelling to Boston...not least for its adorable plastic polar bears which dangle from the ceiling as adorable Christmas ornaments. Christmas! It's just around the corner now and has somehow snuck up on me. Normally by this time I would have nativity songs stuck in my head on a permanent loop, glitter stuck to every item of clothing and a wild look in my eyes any time any one mentions the end of term. Feels very strange not to be working in a school right now!
... of different sorts, but on the whole they are the most welcoming, caring people I’ve met. My time in Boston was super nice and relaxing; Boston seems to me like a really special city. It felt like New York, but smaller, quieter and way more relaxed. It felt strange walking on the street in the middle of a significant city yet not feeling the “rush rush” atmosphere that I’d feel back in Sydney or NYC - it was just peaceful, which made it ...
... in a trip to Harvard. As an indictment against ourselves i must confess that we actually spent more time at the Harvard gift store than we did on the Harvard grounds but that is only because we spent a very long time at the store!! Also, There are probably only so many buildings that you can see - especially when you are not allowed to enter them! The grounds are lovely though and the gates surrounding the areas/blocks seem steeped with history. We ...
... and victims of the Boston Massacre are buried. The most awkward memorial award definitely went to John Hancock--I'll let the picture speak for itself...
The rest of afternoon was dedicated to what I call "modern Boston." We strolled through the ritzy Beacon Hill neighborhood, and had a blueberry beer at the Cheers bar. In a heroic effort, I restrained myself from taking home the souvenir mug. Next we took ...