Residence Inn Boston Westford
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... bombing. Boston was hosting a weird dog halloween fancy dress competition including contenders such as yoda dog, minion dog and dino dogs. We didn't stick around to find out the winner. We will miss the hotel room, the amazing food (Boston cream pies, little Italy pizza and Chinatown dumplings) and the brilliant Boorstiin accent. Onwards south down the ...
... 10-11 and so talented on keyboard, sax, singing, composing and starring currently in Les Mis! His dad said he succeeds in whatever he turns his hand to. Wants to perform at Sydney Opera House! Busking to raise money to study music at a prestigious school here. I've included a few pics of the crowd enjoying his jazz playing. Check out the fall colours too. My last pic (hard to choose today) sums it up. Boston very strongly reflects it's culture. We have more days here later, so more to ...
... I am going to work to pursue other opportunities and make friends in other ways!
This is in no way supposed to be a "feel bad for me" post. It just feels better getting it all out and written down. I am still getting a feel for Northeastern and all that it has to offer me. I couldn't be more excited about getting to know different aspects of campus and of my new life here!
Love you all,
... White House to make it reflect American history. She made it into a museum and did a televised tour of the house when she was finished. Now the furniture comes as part of the White House as previously there were no rules to stop families on the White House from putting in or taking away whatever they pleased. Another of my favourite exhibits was the coconut which JFK kept on his desk throughout his presidency. It was this coconut on which he scratched a message and gave ...
... much to our approval). On top of the bread al your shared dishes are ceremoniously plonked. We had meat, avoiding the vegetarian nonsense,in a variety of sauces, non dull but none particularly spicy. The waitress kept returning to refill our bread until all the meat was (pretty quickly) demolished. The only downside to Ehtiopian we'd say was the honey wine we had to accompany - a bit like the 'bubbly;' you get on a bad hen night.