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Travel Blogs from Bloomfield

A Visit to Salem

A travel blog entry by melapet on Oct 06, 2014

... of the same name. Caught a great view of Salem Harbor.

And along the drive saw so many names related to all that New England history we learned about in school!

Tomorrow promises to be a quiet day and then on Wednesday I head back home.

see ya soon!

Oh, no pictures today because I have had to start using my phone to take them and have yet to find the best way to get them on this machine!

Night!
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Digital Story

A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Oct 06, 2014

Earlier this year I finally finished putting together a reflective film about my study abroad experience. I am really happy with the way it turned out, and I learned a lot and re-remembered a lot about my trip in the process.

FILM LINK:
Digital Story Pellicano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3CPZ1K tp54
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Just A Little Behind!

A travel blog entry by melapet on Oct 05, 2014

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... favorite German dishes.

Had a great room at the Holiday Inn Express. Great staff there too.

Next morning I got up and walked down to Locust Grove. This had been the summer home of Samuel Morse. Later it was bought by the Young family, they added to the property and made arrangements for it to be protected and preserved. Lovely property, even in the rain. Walked back to the hotel and met up ...

Peaceful Retreat

A travel blog entry by nodak on Oct 03, 2014

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... Our next stop was at the Dinosaur Park. It is kind of funny that the state of CT was going to build a state building and when excavating this ground, they discovered dinosaur tracks. It is one of the largest on-site displays of dinosaur tracks in the world. Interesting. Then we were off to see a ferry that is the oldest continuous operating ferry in the US. It started out as a barge using a pole to move. It then was run by a horse on a ...

"Figuratively": The Forgotten Child

A travel blog entry by daniellechalk on Oct 03, 2014

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Today, I am here to shed light upon the epidemic creeping up in the shadows of Ebola, festering primarily in rich suburban colleges. To exemplify my point, I will present a few hypothetical situation in which the grammatical, and syntax crimes being committed against the usage of "literally" vs. "figuratively, may prove fatal. If affirmative action is not taken, lives will be lost. #1. "I'm literally dying"*** - Did you know you were in an ...