Residence Inn Boston Franklin
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... to be so on it, you have no idea! My time in Boston has been extremely surprising. The city did not look how I thought it would and it certainly had a different feel. I can understand why it is such a desirable place to live; it has sea, nightlife, so much history and culture, close to Europe, beautiful old houses, a lot of green space and you can walk everywhere. If people advise you that you only need a few days here, I would not follow this advice. You could stay here for a ...
... Neuroscience of Psychopathology. This course is concerned with the study of mental disorders such as depression, autism and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). I am incredibly happy I got enrolled in this course since I find the material very intriguing and hope to continue my studies at UCU and my master program in this field. To my surprise the professor was Dutch and she had only been teaching at Boston College for the past few years. The size of the class and the classroom ...
... being under rule of King George in that time period, and I spent a fair bit of time trying to decide whether she was actually British or Bostonian. She was very good. Never came out of character, even at the end when she was chatting to us about where we were from, etc. Some of her pronunciations made her sound a little bit like Mary Poppins :O) Usually, I hate any kind of participation ...
... understated…the U.S. side being surprisingly undeveloped, and the Canadian side being very tastefully laid out as well as having easily the best views.
What was amazing about Niagara was the receptionist at our hotel who hailed from the small village of Finningley in Yorkshire which is where I spent the first 20 years of my life.
The Eastern side of the States is famous for what are called the Finger Lakes, and the Adirondack Mountains, and after a ...
... security checks we've experienced since we've been here, we were allowed onto her to have a poke around. She is immaculately maintained, and even still has her cannonballs! The is the most famous ship in American history, and was nicknamed 'Old Ironsides' after beating 5 of the British Warships that she fought against. It was really cool to walk around and have a look at it; you could really imagine what it must have been like when she was active; it also felt ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility