Holiday Inn Boston-Dedham Hotel & Conference Center
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... Abroad where I will attempt to learn some Khmer (official language of Cambodia) and to understand Khmer culture. While I wish I could be involved in a Human Rights project (I need a college degree to do so), I hope to learn as much as I can so that I can return in the future and work with women's shelters or rehab programs of some sort. I plan to continue on to Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos after my time in Phnom Penh. Keep up with me if you wish (:
WE DID: - much needed lie in and brunch. - visited the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum - pottered around the North End and by the harbour - met up with Adam for a comedy show at Improv Asylum - drinks on a rooftop with Adam and his friend Tom, overlooking the lights of the city (right next to the state building) WE LOVED: - seeing Adam again after 3 and a half ...
Sorry this has been a bit late in coming but we've had the odd distraction or two or three from home that has preoccupied us a bit. First stop The Boston Tea Party Ships Museum, normally $25 but included in the trolley bus ticket for those intrepid (or silly) travellers who visit Boston between December and March. When you enter the museum you take on the role of one of the 5000 Boston residents who took part in the Tea Party. After a quick briefing on what they did ...
... of the city. It was a beautiful fall morning when we boarded the tour bus. The first thing I wanted to hear was someone speak with a true Boston accent. The Boston accent is my favourite. The lady that drove the bus did not have any accent at all. I asked her about it and she explained that people living in Boston proper usually do not have any accent at all. She went on to explain that the accent where the R is not pronounced is most prevalent in the ...
I arrived at Boston Logan International Airport with my mother in late afternoon and we both waited anxiously until I would have to say goodbye to go through security. My first ever plane ride alone! After deciding to embark on this 3 month trip a month or so prior to my flight, I was finally there. I spent days and days researching transportation, accommodation, travel gear, and travel tips and decided to bring just one medium-sized backpack (Osprey ...