Boston Marriott Peabody
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... that is rather long). After hopping back on the trolley, we all disembarked at our original departure point before walking around the Boston Common for a bit.
One of the things I definitely wanted to see in Boston Common was the statue(s) of a mother duck and her ducklings. It was inspired by the children's book "Make Way For Ducklings", and the ducklings' names are Jack, Lack, Mack, Nack, Oack, Pack, and Quack. There is only one other statue like it in ...
... narrative only compounds itself as you read the political and economic implosion of country after country after country. Sadly, the primary themes that seem to emerge around African history are not the most optimistic ones:
White Flight/Economic Degradation: Following independence, hundreds of thousands of white colonists fled their regimes, packing up everything, from economic investments to advanced skills, and taking it back ...
... will eventually try and shaft him. By the time I'd found the information place it had closed but I did wander around the grounds if not in the buildings proper. All very nice. I didn't recognise anything in particular I had seen in The Social Network. There is a big Harvard merch shop, but I'd be looking for something Boston speciifc. I think it'd be a bit weird to wear a t shirt of a uni you didn't go to. MIT had a good selection too. Besides I'm proud to ...
... were able to choose our dinner from a limited menu given there was 27 of us I understood the difficulty of going totally a la carte. I had a simple Caesar Salad followed by a “black and blue“fillet steak, I had pre ordered the wine a simple Gavi de Gavi from Italy and a curiously named “Decoy” from the Duckhorn vineyard in the Napa valley.
The salad was somewhat simple and actually lacked any redeeming features ...
A quick-ish update today. The morning of the 20th of May was drizzly and overcast but we still went out to have a walk around and explore the old port of Portland. We wandered up to the museum and other tourist sites in the centre of town to discover that most places were closed on a Monday, so we then walked up a big ass hill to the tall observatory tower at the other end of town to take in the view of the coastline (you can see where this is ...