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... was able to give us an informative and personal account of the school. She told many stories and gave fun facts about the university. Clay and Morgan rubbed the gold toe of the John Harvard statue which is said to bring good luck. Oddly enough, it is also known as the three lie statue as it is not actually John Harvard, he was not really the school's founder, and the date was wrong. I found the fact that both Bill Gates (creator of ...
... I had to make do with photos of the exterior. It was Paul Revere that lit the lanterns in the steeple of the Old North Church and rode around Boston and parts of Massachusetts to warn the residence of the British Troops marching to Lexington and Concord. The next stop on the trail was therefore the Old North Church where Paul Revere lit two lanterns in the steeple. The trail then crossed over Boston Bay for the final few sights. I came into Charlestown, the same Charlestown I ...
... rapidly escalating space race. And after another harrowing mile walk in ten degree weather back to the train station it was off for drinks and dinner.
Dale and I had a handful... Okay more than a handful of drinks at Hub Pub to stoke our appetites for Marliave. An award winning dinner followed thanks to Boston's restaurant week and that concluded my trip to Boston.
Spent in Philadelphia: $300
Total Spent On Trip: $3650
South Africa was definitely one of the more positive countries now, although its history of apartheid is probably one of the most brutal and degrading political schemes ever conceived. The notion in South Africa for a long time was that white minority rule must continue at any cost and that paradigm continued to prevail up until Nelson Mandela was elected president in 1994. Prior to that, policies were deliberately designed ...
... humility. Today Old Ironsides floats alongside the dock at the naval yards, as a proud lady of war that formed the start of our American Navy and provided much of the early glories of the navy. Today we have bigger, faster, and better armed ships, but they all must recognized the legacy left to them by this fighting lady in Boston.
Being on the Freedom trail meant that we still had more to see and a good walk still ahead of us this day. We had decided to begin ...
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