Homestead Studio Suites - Boston - Marlborough
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... this is where we will be having dinner on Monday night!
Another exciting part of my weekend was last Friday night, when the annual Boston College showdown took place. This is a big dance battle between all the dance teams from Boston College, including Synergy (crazy hiphop), the Asian dancing society, Fuego del Corazon with their passionate tango moves and the Irish dancing crew. About 14 teams competed for the first place, which would result in a ...
... twice a week. It was quite humbling to be told at the age of 19 when you should be excited about your future that the odds are you wont' be able to handle "the real world" or go to college like all of your friends. I did go away to school at a state college and proved them wrong, in fact I continued to live my life with the goal of proving THEM wrong, sometimes succeeding but then being pulled back into my depression.
After college and ...
... Shortly after that, Remco and his farewell-crew arrived and after our well-deserved morning cappuccino it was only the two of us left. The moment had come! I would not set foot on Holland for the next six months, and I was exchanging the warm January days for 'deathly Massachusetts cold'. The eight-hour flight literally flew by. I was going to read my newly bought book Butcher’s Crossing, written by Williams, but once I found my seat on the plane ...
... airport ten minutes early is cutting it, and it is really tough to swallow when the delay had nothing to do with me, but rather the others who were waiting for toast to be made before hopping in the taxi I arranged. It was not the kind of airport I typically go to and certainly not a typical commercial flight. At first, I was the only passenger. I then noticed a live chicken was joining us, though ...
... but basically soup with pastry floating in it
- Grandma's Coq au Vin - chicken simmered in red wine served with bacon, pearl onions and croutons and forked potatoes.
- toffee almond bar with chocolate chips
We did go to the main theater after dinner to see the show - a comedian Cary Long - but it was full so we had to stand. We stayed for 1/2 hr but no seats came open so we left. He was ok but seats would have make it better.
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