Extended Stay America - Boston - Burlington
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... lots of Americans, Germans, the odd French (what else?), strangely not too many Japanese. Boston as a city has a strong Chinese influence and its population reflects this. We passed by the two State Houses, several significant churches and graveyards and many references to Paul Revere, but nowhere did we encounter any reference to the Boston Tea Party. (Hancock and Adams, two political figures, did feature on the odd ...
Back in the USA, safe and sound. I still have a paper to write to receive full credit, but otherwise my Israel adventures are over for the year. I'll be back again, and I'll keep studying archaeology. My aspirations have been ...
... graders. I rushed home, showered, and grabbed my blue Osprey backpack and silver carry-on suitcase. After double-checking that I had my passport, I don my beige fedora, I hug my roommate goodbye, and lug my few yet vital possessions to the Boston subway. The Orange Line has and always be the most efficient line. Well, I arrive at Logan Airport and I immediately feel as if I am going back to France again. To this day, I ...
... the Georgian mansion built in 1759 where George Washington set up headquarters for a while and where Henry Wadsworth Longfellow lived, and admired the other houses in the area. I also spent some time at Harvard, had some food, saw some of the residences, and different campuses. When I got back to the hotel, the moon was low and massive.
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After the cruise, we enjoyed brunch at Granary Tavern, then shopped at a local arts festival that had appeared overnight on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Next we took the trolley for the full (and entertaining tour), one of the highlights being the Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge. This stunning display of architecture opened with a concert by none other than the boss himself, Bruce Springsteen.