Embassy Suites by Hilton Boston - at Logan Airport
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... to the local indoor swimming pool where we met the delightful receptionist Joanne, who loved impersonating our British accents and welcomed us like Royalty.
Her colleague took a picture of us together (on her phone) so that we could remember the moment.
The following day we went back to University again. This time to visit Harvard and MIT ...
... the pscyco guy who wants to buy him. Cool movie cameo. We also got to walk on the field.We were having a hard time tryin to think of what to do next until jimmy decided to take me to the site of the boston marathon bombings. A really cool piece of modern history, that had completely escaped my mind. Shows how much attention I really pay to America in the news.On the way we past the most amazing architecture in the city. I love the buildings! I also ...
... John proceed to have his servants wrap him up in blankets and carry him down the stairs as we pretended to cough. When John passed away he left his wife nothing which made her very angry. Out of spite she named their child John George Washington Hancock. This surely made John Hancock roll over in his grave! Other famous tombs are Paul Revere, James Otis, Samuel Adams, Mary Goose (also known as Mother Goose), and the 5 victims from the Boston ...
... sound and the camera to work, you will be talking for at least an hour if you want to properly update each other. Therefore, once I was done chatting with friends and family all over the world, it was already dinnertime. Taking into account that I also did my laundry and sorted out the pictures I made so far, I think the Sunday can be considered pretty productive.
Monday was Martin Luther King day. For most students this mainly meant that there was no class and ...
... by none other than the local Italian barber - Seriously - gets a big thumbs up. Sue, Terry and Rick had the lobsters stuffed with clams, scallops and crab - a whole huge lobster each, took an hour and quarter to prepare, so we succumbed to calamari and beef carpaccio - all excellent - needless to say we rolled home. Tony had Saltimbocca - sorry yesterday's blog was wrong - he had a gnocchi with chicken and pesto, all. ...