Red Roof Inn Boston Framingham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... taking me to the adjacent convent where I would stay. The guest suite that I used was as large and comfortable as any hotel room I've stayed in.
We had dinner in the convent with several of the other sisters before I called it an early night, quite a common practice at the convent.
I learned on the local TV station that Boston has a very small snow removal budget compared to Canadian cities and it was hard pressed to cope ...
... to impress us, as well.
Next stop: Cape Neddick Lighthouse, "Nubble Light," so nicknamed because it was built on a nub of land at York Beach, ME. Its first lighting was in 1879 and it is one of the most photographed lighthouses in New England, we were told.
Our tour director put on a DVD called "The Founding Fathers" and I shared some of my humorous facts about colonial America.
... from the food we have just devoured.
Day 3: today is Harvard day. Vic is nice enough to drive us there today. We get a good parking spot and head over the IVY league school. Hinesh and I will raise our IQ by 100 points just stepping into the grounds, I can feel it ha ha ha. Again there are lots of people around and lots of tours being given by the Harvard kids. The university buildings are quite big and being one of the first universities in the US are quite old. You can feel ...
... there is a huge Gold Eagle. But perhaps the most interesting factor in the regeneration program was that the blue Boston subway line was built under the House! There is a subway station located user the basement of the statehouse! Boston's blue line is the second oldest subway line in the US and the oldest line in the US is Boston's green line! I wish I had known that when I was riding it! Contrary to what you might think this subway line under the State House has benefitted it ...
April, Thursday, 17 2014
BEFORE THE TRIP:
How are students and teacher feeling about our trip tomorrow? What are they looking for in this trip?
- Jenna R.: I'm looking forward to it, but still not quite believing it will actually happen. :)
- Isaac S.: I am very very excited for the trip, I think about it all day. It will be an amazing experience and it will be fun to use my Spanish there.