Extended Stay America - Boston - Waltham - 32 4th Ave.
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... do with just looking around. From the looks of it, Harvard looks like a pretty old building (in a good way), I asked a student at one of the souvenir shops if I could go into the library, he said unfortunately not. It was worth a try! It's funny I assumed that Harvard wouldn't be a place where tourists would go to, but I found more tourists there than actual students! It was a Saturday so I guess most of them were sleeping (which is what ...
... every 15 minutes to and from the T stop to our hotel.. very efficient... We decided to go to the Venetia for supper, a nice Italien restaurant on the Tapean river overlooking the harbour... I had baked Scrod which is a light white fish much like haddock or cod... with roasted baby potatoes and cauliflower and brocolli.. very nice. Back to the hotel for the night and planned our day for Tuesday... another busy day ...
... by his brother Ted Kennedy, and numerous photos and election campaign memorabilia. Next we stopped for drinks at a bar on Main Street where we met Kurt and Liz, both Hoteliers on holiday (vacation) from Boston. We had several drinks, I tried a blueberry lemonade which was pleasant, but sweet, while Steve had various flavoured Mojitos. Afterwards we walked downhill to the Black Cat Restauant in the Hyannisport Waterfront. The return walk, uphill, was challenging, but we made ...
... January 1919, a wave of molasses swept through part of the city at 35 mph. It is now known as the Boston Molassacre. Also, something to think about the next time someone says the phrase 'slower than molasses in January'.
5) Men from Scotland give great advice.
Read the picture captions for more information on what I saw today; somebody (*cough* Mom *cough*) is telling me to hurry it up with the posting, so I gotta go.
Talk at you guys later!
... much is lost on us due to our lack of knowledge of the game. One thing which is quite impressive is that Babe Ruth who had played for the Boston Red Sox was ultimately sold off because the new owner didn't like him. He was sold for $100,000 in 1919! Another 12 players were sold at the same time for a total of $25,000. This proved to be a bad move for the Red Sox. Between 1903 and 1918 they won 5 championships and did not win another until 2004.