Holiday Inn Boxborough (I-495 Exit 28)
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... the winter. It evidently just get to rough. I think most Australians know Salem as being associated with the witch trials as portrayed in 'The Crucible'. However, there is much more to the history of Salem than that. According to the free guidebook, "Salem was part of the early American 'codfish aristocracy' - a seaport of great wealth generated from the sea. Salem's sea trade began with cod and timber exports, and expanded around ...
... and all of the rich history of this city that at one time in the 1700's was the second largest in the English speaking world.
Karen was rather surprised when the duck vehicle entered the Charles River as she was expecting to have to change into a proper boat. The views from the water were spectacular.
After the tour we headed back towards the Quincy Market area as there were a couple of old sites we wanted to see and there was a lot of action in ...
... into telling me he wasn't actually italian, he just tells people that to meet girls). Pick a better race next time you squeezer. I also remember the girls being hit on by a disgusting shiela from Guatemala. She had missing teeth or something.I remember refusing to pay for a taxi, which meant that when I got home for free, i crawled straight into bed, and woke up everyone in my room because I couldn't climb the ladder to get into the bunk. $1 beers huh. ...
Four people getting ready in one small bathroom is certainly doable, but it sure takes a while. That explains why we didn't get on the road to Harvard until around 9:45. As expected it took an hour to get there. Once in Cambridge, Tommy dropped us off and found a place to park. We purchased tickets for the Harvard tour presented by a current student and waited for Tommy to catch up. Our tour guide, Savannah, was a sophomore Biology major ...
... as by night), by the buzzing mass of people on Times Square and by all the other amazing sights Manhattan has to offer. Due to my statistics exam on Tuesday, I was unfortunately not able to join them on their big adventure to New York City, but they kept me posted about their experiences with a healthy amount of selfies. I was so happy seeing them and I’m really glad to see that their first trip to the States was so awesome!
It is weird to be leaving ...