Extended Stay America - Boston - Westborough - East Main Street
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... like dandelion and burdock diluted with a weak soap solution. We then went on an unofficial Harvard tour which was really cool. The tour was led by a third year student and was pretty interesting even though I had already seen most of the things featured in the tour multiple times already. The tour guide was called Max and if I can ever be bothered I will leave him a good trip advisor review. After the tour we went back to Charlie's kitchen and had a tankard ...
Ioana kindly drove us to the airport at 5.30am to catch our flight to Boston, our second last stop before home. We arrived at the hostel early but couldn't check in, so we dropped our bags off and went exploring. Boston is one of the oldest cities in America with loads of history and sights to see. We did the Freedom Trail, which is a 2.5 mile walk around some of Bostons most historic sights. It's a very clever idea, there is a red line painted on the ground that you follow and ...
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... perform!" says Joyce, is so remarkably powerful, it cuts through space and time and age and distance. I'll be more than happy to play for them 'you made me love', and 'I've been working on the railroad', and 'oh what a beautiful morning', ah. I've come to know those songs so well now from playing them each week for a year, and Ive come to learn about the residents as well. Life is beautiful, friends. Cherish each moment of it.
NOW, thank you all for your love, again :-)
... and the graves of John Hancock, Paul Revere, James Otis, Samuel Adams, Robert Treat Paine, victims of the Boston Massacre, and many who were not so famous. Park Street Church has a tradition of being in the forefront of many liberal ideals. The hymn "America" was first sung there and it was the site of William Lloyd Garrison first antislavery speech. A look to the right brought the New State House into view and ...