Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Franklin
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... and it was so nice getting to know her. She was so good to me; buying me food, taking me out - I really couldn't of asked for a better stay, and she definitely was one of the main reasons. So, I am currently on the megabus back to NYC. After arriving in Boston, I actually felt regret because I hadn't done a lot of my original sightseeing I had planned to do. I had an absolutely amazing time on NYC but I should have stayed there for 2 weeks. So I am going to finish it off! I ...
... examination form and waive my insurance. Once that was arranged, I had lunch at Mac, One of the Dining Halls, and enjoyed a cream cheese bagel and a chocolate brownie.
For my semester at Boston College I am enrolled in five courses, with an additional lab that comes with the Human Physiology course. In total this accounts for 16 credits, which is one more than the required 15 credits needed to transfer sufficient ECTS to UCU. At 1 pm. my first class was scheduled, ...
... complete with angry mob crowd noise from us. Without giving too much of the experience away, we were taken onto a replica boat, where we got to throw tea chests in the river, and more characters were involved in teaching us historical facts. It was very cleverly done. A million times better than the Salem lot from the previous day! Our guide was in character the whole time. She had a British twang, ...
... main town on Lake Erie, called strangely enough Erie, but it was not for us as its claim to fame is for beautiful sunsets…. but sorry, the backdrop of a brown and foamy Lake Erie is not conducive to a beautiful sunset.
But Lake Erie is famous for something far more spectacular….it dumps into Lake Ontario via the Niagara Falls, so we had to have a couple of days there, even though it may be a bit touristy. We were pleasantly surprised, as it is actually ...
... depicting his 'midnight ride' as it was called.
After this, we walked over to the next points on the trail; Old North Church and Copp's Hill Burying Ground. We then had a fairly long walk over to the other side of Boston, over the Charles River, to visit the Charlestown Naval Yard and the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned naval vessel still afloat in the world. It is a beautiful wooden hulled, three-masted frigate, and after undergoing the ...