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"It's a beautiful day' U2
Sunday 12 October 2014
Up with the lark and an early breakfast for our 2 hours' drive into Boston. It was a dramatic early journey as the mists came and went according to the terrain. The SatNav took us along route 2 and we enjoyed a scenic, cross-country route to the west of Boston. As the bright sun intensified, so the mists thinned and we were left with the occasional band of haunting mist across the hillsides.
... am very excited to get to know campus better and feel more at home here. Later on Thursday we went to an honors event talking about a book we read over the summer and then a BBQ outside where we met more people. It is so fun that everywhere you go, you just sit down next to someone new and introduce yourself. We went to bed early because we knew we had to get up early the next morning.
Friday, today, was all about team building. They took the entire ...
... we had to change trains on the way back but that worked out OK. My feet are still killing me after that ridiculously long walk from the supermarket carrying all the stuff !! Especially my left foot - it's really painful. We bought bread on the way home, and some tomatoes and cucumber and so we had chicken with those things and some sachets of mayonnaise in our room. I was so happy to get my shoes off and into my nightie and relax ...
... is a statue of John Harvard and one of the shoes is polished gold. Tourists tend to touch this shoe so, the students pee on it to get back at all the tourists who fill up their pathways and prevent them from quickly getting to lectures. Their library has 3 million books and goes underground 5 floors! I could go on about this as she gave us so much information about university life and we got quite into it really. Afterwards, we were all so tired that we headed back to hostel for ...
... a bed, and a nice toilet (apparently nice toiletries but they were in the bag before I'd even had a wee!)
We then had to go and return the car - it was emotional!! Very strange lady met us at the return area, dressed as some sort of Halloween harlot. We said goodbye and then went off for a wander round the harbour front. Then wandered through the Faneuil market and the first part of the Freedom Trail. Man, Boston sure loves ...