Residence Inn Boston Franklin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got dropped back at the front door of the hotel after a big day out to Cape Cod, including a 1 hour harbour cruise. From the ocean, we could see the Kennedy compound - where there are several homes next to each other on acres of land and seafront - all owned by various members of the Kennedy family. The short stretches of beach were nice, and some people were even in the water ! But of course it ...
This morning I was awake at 5:30 and now it's nearly 10:00 p.m and I am exhausted.
I think our presentation went fine. I guess I have to wait until next Friday to find out how it was, since that is when we get our grades.
This morning we headed off early for breakfast only to spend the first few minutes standing and eating because the cafeteria was overrun by freshman.
Our group was set for presenting at 11:00, but we started at 10:30 so we ...
Not much to write about today as most of it was spent travelling - but here is a quick summary... Our last day in New York started in the same way most others had - a trip to Central Park, followed by breakfast in the apartment. As usual the park was beautiful, and full of runners, walkers and cyclists enjoying the peace within the chaos of the city. Unfortunately my knee wasn't up to a run, but I did enjoy my final walk around the reservoir ...
... In Boston we handed over our finger prints and retina images, collected our bags and went outside where Jane was waiting for us. We were given three options - to go home and have dinner, to go to George's new office for an office party or we could go to Antrim Street and head off to bed. We of course decided to go to George's new office and caught up with both him and Erica. It was great to see them. Ed has ...
... coffee though! I walked around Cambridge, saw MIT campus, and headed back to slowly get ready for the day. I was not sure where I was going to go, but on the subway, I met a very nice student who just started an exchange in Boston from Algeria who said Copley was nice. So Copley, it was. Wow, that was like the third time this holiday I spoke in French. More than I have spoken ...