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... the hall of residence in which John F Kennedy lived, the Roosevelt Gate, and many other features of this iconic university. The one hundred year old Wideners library, one of approximately 76 libraries in the Harvard complex. There are some wonderful Victorian buildings, including Memorial Hall, built to commemorate the former students of Harvard who died during the Civil War. This private tour was a great insight in the university by an ...
We started the Contiki Tour in New York on the 3rd of July. The best part of the day was spent on the road as we headed to Boston. We stopped in at New Haven, Connecticut and Providence, Rhode Island for breaks on the way. As a result of the traffic, we didn't arrive into Boston until later than planned. We had the opportunity to have a quick run into the main area of Boston and had a look around Boston Commons and a small marketplace. We also got to see the ...
... had temples.
Again not part of the tour - The Boston Five Cent Savings Bank Building. There must be a good story connected with that! Research Department??
The Old South Meeting House, built in 1729, is the second oldest church in Boston. Over 5000 people gathered here in 1773 to ...
... ready for my dance show a month from today. And then there is the issue of classes, many of which are starting to get into our final projects. I just still can't believe how quickly everything is going!
Thanks for sticking with me and these blog posts. Sorry that I haven't written one in a while, things have just been so crazy! I'm so glad I got to see a lot of you while I was home and I can't wait to see the rest of you soon!
... The background noise transported me to a Saturday evening where friends are enjoying one another over drinks and a pub dinner, authentic and imitated but not easily replicated. I’ll be eating at Solas again. Try it, you’ll like it too.
I’ve eaten Thai at Chili Duck on Boylston several times. I find the fried noodle dishes there too oily but the soups, curries and other stir fry’s have all been good. The portions ...