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Travel Blogs from Franklin
... warmer on Sunday and Monday, which I would like to refer to as the silence before the storm. Brace yourselves, winter is coming! Again! Today, temperatures dropped to a solid minus fifteen degrees Celsius and campus changed into a cold and quiet place. Except for the dining halls of course, where everyone gathered to either discuss the weather or to completely forget about it, or simply to grab a stash of food so that they would not have to go outside anymore within ...
... occupy that special space in my imagination. Even if that imagination vacillates between Lion King and Blood Diamond, it's still important that I keep trendy gadgets and Facebook updates out of the picture. And despite all of my railing against technology, here you are, reading my travel blog, digesting the first, already drawn out prologue to my journey. And it's all coming from a glowing screen. At the end of the day, ...
... and decided to drive a bit into Vermont. About 30 miles in we saw a sign on a side road for Honey at ¾ mile in so decided to take it, and at the end of the road found an old farm with a farmer out and about. We talked to him a bit and found it is he and his mother living here- He is around 55. They have 600 maple trees and a sugar house. I bought one small syrup and then he showed us all around the sugar house and told us a lot about syrup and after lots of talk ...
... of the American revolution? From the roof terrace of Erica's girlfriend Jennifer we had one of the best views in town with fireworks taking place all over the city. And no Independence Day would be complete without the Boston Pops orchestra playing in the background... even if just on TV :P
A trip to Cape Cod & Ogunquit, Maine
On the east coast of the USA right next to Boston lies the peninsula of Cape Cod, where ...
... Bay (good, but not as good as the Wellfleets), a johnnycake, a hot lobster roll, and some cava (because champagne and oysters sound perfect, don't they?). P also tried the blood orange Bellini (they were out of blueberry). Everything was excellent. P, made bold by all the oyster-eating around him, had decided he would try an oyster (he won't even eat shrimp, mind you). So, I walked him through prepping his oyster and ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility