Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Boston-Marlboro
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... the line; whereapon we got off had a brief (very brief) look around and then got on the bus back again. The neighbourhood was a bit different and we didn't feel very comfortable hanging around there. Some woman with a megaphone was shouting or protesting about something, but we couldn't understand what she was saying. We got off the bus in Chinatown, and had lunch at a restaurant where there were lots of Asian ...
... House and list the trail (quite how I do this is beyond me because there are red lines all over Boston painted on the pavement, in order to stay on the trail! They're a bit patchy in places in all fairness!) when right on cue FaceTime call from the parents! So I legged it to the nearest Starbucks to make use of their free wifi! Having had a tactical rest I stepped out of Starbucks and found I was on the red line once again! Perfect! The next stop was the Old State House which is ...
... beautiful suburb but close to a big city, this could be your school. What kids say: "super pretty" Schools: business, nursing, teaching and arts and sciences. BC: wants students to graduate as a well rounded individual. Why choose BC? Lots of retreats, variety and choice. D1 athletics, med size school and a good business school. Admissions nugget: well rounded students who are not just academically oriented. Community service, sports and diversity are ...
... course material and I like the professors, and most of all I think these courses will be a wonderful addition to my curriculum at UCU and my further academic career. Even though I have to admit that I hadn’t really been thinking about the studying I was going to have to do at Boston College, and instead spent my time planning all the travels and city trips I was going to make, I can now conclude that the studying as well as the travelling will both be wonderful and exciting ...
... of the day walking the streets of Bwoston. A town not dissimilar to Sydney in real estate and restaurant prices. A world away from Texas! They have lobster here.......and no melted cheese or anything deep fried! Next stop Washington! We meet up with Sondra to cheer her on in the marathon. Catch up with Jon Surbeck for drinks at the Embassy and greet our great mates Jules and Pete for and adventure of a lifetime. Stay tuned for the next iteration of the Aussie Adventurers! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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