Extended Stay America - Boston - Braintree
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... thru here. That must have been a special sight. Callum has warmed up to Dave. He still won't talk to us, but he was thrilled to ride on Dave's shoulders.. We sat outside at a local pub and enjoyed a pint and some wine in the beautiful weather. What a difference a day makes. On the way home we stopped at Ian's local Social club. It reminded us of the Eagles except that they have a very nice restaurant connected to it.
After another pint, etc we headed home for ...
... to do, I looked into finding a job on campus but I don't have work study so that makes it very difficult to get a job, especially a month into the semester. So I am now focusing my efforts at getting an internship at a theater nearby. Since it is what I want to do once I graduate, it would be amazing to have real experience on my resume before I start looking for jobs and co-ops next year. So if anyone has connections to Boston area theaters, let me know! ...
To break it down for you on the cost of COMPLETELY changing your life in a matter of 6 months:
$535: snatching an awesome one way ticket price to your country of choice before even placed in country of choice.
$1150: Renting a car for an entire month big enough to bring all your belongings, which have been minimized as MUCH as humanly possible (for a woman. :D)
$400+: Gas for a 1200 mile trip x2, plus an entire month ...
... entering the main campus etc. MIT on the other hand was much more quirky with interesting architecture and Robots! (see photos).
Wednesday was again relaxed with some time to post half of our belongings back home (because our bags were far too heavy) and do some shopping as we looked to sort ourselves out for Brazil. FYI, I love shopping in America as I am 2 sizes smaller in their clothes! (N).
For dinner our hostel did a ...
... the auctions but after the comedy skits—well, really about 8 different stand-up comics trying to entertain us. There was much talking going on and they were hard to hear - midway through one of them a young lady got up, grabbed the mike and told the people to shut up, or leave the room. She reminded them that these people were donating their time and to shut up and respect them! Much applause! I did met and talk with Marc a bit. He gave a small talk ...