Extended Stay America - Foxboro - Norton
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Yes, I know Harvard is spelt incorrectly but it how the students, who run the tour we went on, spell it. It's a take-off of the local Boston accent and their pronunciation of 'Harvard'. Our tour guide was Eli who is concentrating (a Harvard term for majoring) in Human evolutionary biology. His minor is in drama. Eli did the tour walking backwards so that he could keep an eye on his large tour group (about 50-60). He said for the first week his legs ached as you ...
Today was travel from the small town of Batavia back to Boston. A 7 hour road trip with a stop off at the relaunched Applebees for a light snack. We stayed in another Airbnb apartment in Boston near to the airport for the convenience of our flight ...
... was right next to Fenway Park where the Red Sox (attempt to) play baseball and they were playing as we ate. We were tempted to go over to watch the game but unfortunately by the time dinner had finished there wasn't much time in the game left and the only tickets left were still $104.
We leave New England tomorrow for Canada but get to see the beautiful New Hampshire and Vermont scenery. From then onwards it is new territory for both of us.
... bit intelligent. At the moment the tuition with boarding is a 75.000€ a year. Take that times 4. Wow!!!
I don't if it's jet lag or just the lack of sleep, after dinner in Chinatown (again another 8$) and a beer in a bar (there go another eight) finally back in the dorm and off to sleep. Tomorrow morning a look at the printouts and hope that I will get by with International Finance and the American market. Not my favorite topics for sure.
... treesh), she called out, over and over. An older man who I assume was their grandfather, waited for them to check-in on the other side of the tape. Instead of appearing sad about his family’s departure, he just kept cracking jokes with the girls and allowing them to play peek-a-boo behind him. I was up next, and an airport employee looked in my direction and pointed. The glare in her glasses made me wonder as if she ...