Mandarin Oriental, Boston
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... else was at work or school and I felt like I was mildly productive too. Getting to see my friends was also a definitely plus! Overall, spring break was a great time and I really liked getting time to decompress.
Now that I am back on campus, there is just a lot going on. NU Stage is ramping up, with our semester voting meeting this weekend and two shows going on (the first opening two weeks from Friday), and Relay for Life on Friday. I am ...
... of the town about to riot. You get to throw fake tea over the side of the ship. You learn about the events leading up to the tea party and it was a bit of fun in general. Ferry to Charleston. Brief but good views of harbour. Charleston navy yard including USS constitution museum and Cassin young destroyer ship: ship still fires blanks from its cannons and sails occasionally. Staffed my US navy. Not sure if a museum assignment is a good or bad thing... ...
Brilliant morning. We met the lovely Saba for our Back Bay photography tour. We meandered around the Back Bay Area, went inside the gorgeous library and saw the bronzed copy of the Declaration of Independence. Seeing all the signatures, especially John Hancock's, was very cool. Wandering around the Back Bay Area, especially seeing the beautiful residential area was lovely. Emily and her brother David joined us, and it was only the 4 of us in the tour! Saba, the guide, was lovely ...
... friends with a girl in the hostel, another Aussie called Bridget. She's been working in the Rockies for a while and is doing some traveling around with a friend from home, Rachel. It turns out that my plans are just a few days behind theirs all the way to New York! So we decided to swap details and meet up along the way.
I didn't do anything overly exciting in Quebec city, just a lot of walking around and taking it in. I was only there for two days. On the ...
... when I can. While it is hard to be away from Mark and my dear Upper Valley friends, I know that at Dana Farber and Brigham & Womens, I am getting the best
care available for the type of cancer I have.
A Zebra doesn't change its stripes.:) I am still snapping I photos as I wander around. Enjoy them.
I'm managing well and I plan to stay strong enough to continue to enjoy something about every day, during my short stay in Back ...