Holiday Inn Express Boston North-Woburn
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Harvard was amazing. We walked to Harvard Square in the baking hot sun and met up with the rest of the team of Ig Nobel winners. I was drenched in sweat and had to take advantage of the napkins in Starbucks to dry off my brow. We then went and grabbed a deli sandwich and sat in Harvard common to eat and go through the team's acceptance skit. After everyone was finished and happy with the skit we headed for Sanders ...
... and hot humid weather, it was we were in another country. Not knowing when it was going to rain again, we decided to make most of the outdoors and the beautiful scenery that surrounded the campus. It was wonderful to walk around the grounds, as I wonder why I never got accepted to the uni. Time was flying fast, and although the weather turned round and was now extremely hot we decided we would go to the John F Kennedy library and museum. Back on the train we went ...
... include a visit there. The train also took us through Rhode Island and Massachusetts, which was also lovely. The train was a great way to travel and to see things.
After arriving in Boston, our first task was to make our way downtown to collect a car for our first driving adventure. After a quick 15 to 20 minute walk, we found the Alamo Office and took collection of our car, a Chrysler 200 (which probably equates to the size of ...
... that one!
From the Navy Yard we then headed out onto the USS Constitution itself. Interestingly the Constitution was the ship in battle with the HMS Victory located in Portsmouth Harbour. The French ship the Hebe is the only one we aren’t sure where it has ended up. A little task for us is to find that out then try and visit it so we will have been on all three. The ship is in incredible condition and we were able to explore three decks, each of which ...
... The start of our walking tour was Quincy Street Market and the adjacent Faneuil Hall which was a gift to the City by Peter Faneuil, a wealthy French merchant in 1742, and it quickly became an important meeting place associated with the rebellion. The Old State House is an ornate building which now serves as a restaurant and is next to the site of the massacre which took place in 1770. Kings Chapel is a fabulous Puritan Church and ...