Holiday Inn Express Boston North-Woburn
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... coffin-ated as our tour guide said); that many things said about the American Revolution are myths and that the song 'my country this of thee' which was sung after the Brits had been defeated is actually and ironically sung to the tune of the British national ...
... must have changed the recipe for these as I remember liking them in previous years. . . .
After lunch my afternoon activity was a backcountry ski. Guide Isaac took myself and another guest to the South Fork area and we did the Figure 8 ski. There is a fair bit of gradual climbing and then we had some fun down hill sections. The snow that had started last night continued much of the day and some areas where we skied this afternoon had about ...
... them. This city literally always has things going on, new adventures to go on, and new sites to see. I have barely made a dent in the exploring that I want to do in the city. I am so glad that I picked Northeastern. It is crazy to think that I got my acceptance letter almost a year ago now. I couldn't imagine my college experience anywhere else.
Christmas break will be a great chance to chill, reconnect with friends, and maybe even get a tan. My family is going to ...
... us go in groups with our passports and then gave us a sticker on our ship card. Bar Harbor requires ships to tender the passengers via small boats. From our ship to the dock was a 16 minute ride, then the tender returned to the ship pick up another load of 50 passengers. Jim, Jean, Ken and I had booked a private excursion on Ollie's Trolley. Since it was my idea I went to the excursion desk days before and explained to the Excursion person that we needed to ...
... to discuss the pincer-movement of British taxation, which resulted in the raid known as The Boston Tea Party. If indeed every invention begins as a germ in the imagination, it was here in The Old Meeting House that the collective will of the people began its relentless march towards an Independent America.
The Old State House is where the Declaration of Independence was drafted and read aloud to the masses from the Eastern balcony. Three quarters of ...