Embassy Suites Boston / Waltham
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... hard of hearing - "recommendations for things to see in Tipperary?", "Aye, noooh, nuthin", "No, dad, he's a tourist! he wants to see things! he's a TOURist", Ed had already moved on in the conversation, ha. they're from NY, Ed now retired was a stonecutter, "ahh, so you rock?", I said, "you're a rockstar", har har, good ole Michael Maloney joke.
I had every intention of watching my Back to the future trilogy on the 2 fights/layover, but alas, life happens aka your ...
... get some real working experience. I just found out today and I will be starting in the spring semester. I am so excited! And while it isn't paid, they do offer some dance classes for their adult dance program as well as tickets to some of their performances. So maybe there is some ballet training in my future? Who knows!
Last weekend was Halloween, which is quite the experience in a college town. My friends and I definitely played it safe but we had a lot of ...
... about 650 people, to the Warren conference center which is actually a Northeastern property about 40 minutes away from campus. They led us through all kinds of team building games, stuff like mission impossible and a ropes course "giant swing". It was actually a lot of fun. I found at least 4 other people from Minnesota which is always a cool surprise. We were there from 8 until 4, so I was pretty exhausted when we got back to campus. After taking a little break, ...
... an effect which keeps the eye moving and makes it look as though the shapes on the quilts themselves are moving. Another technique which I thought was very cute is a German technique known as 'scherenschnitte', this is the German for 'Scissor snipping' it is the same principle as when you fold and like cut paper to make paper snow flakes! I left the museum after i had seen the special exhibition; but didn't get to spend as much time in the last two rooms because I was aware ...
Waking after a well deserved sleep, we made our plan for the day, before our daily commute into Boston's downtown, with our included Charlie Cards'. The journey consisted of a 2 bus stop ride or 10 min walk to the 'T' then an orange line ride of 18 stops to China town, this generally taking around 20 minutes in total.
We decided to start the day was with food, as always, and headed to ...