Rockport Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Rockport
... that you walk through. The sphere shows political boundaries as they were in 1935. It was amazing to be able to walk through the world and see the relatve size and placements of countries to each other, Africa really is big!!
A quick introduction and we will leave for Niagara Falls via Harvard University.
... gives historical commentary as well as photography tips, and I thought it might be something different. If nothing else, I should get a couple of decent photographs out of it!
I only booked the tour night when at the hotel, so I was hoping there'd be more than just me. Thankfully, there was a guy from Colorado Springs too. We started off at the Massachusetts State House, ...
... our lunch in the park and then strolled through Boston common towards the historical and financial heart of the city. We stopped off at Cheers for a photo before heading downtown. We had a look at the historical monuments, the old state house, king's chapel and Faneuil hall. Then our jaws hit the floor at Quincy market when we saw the array of food for sale! It all looked amazing! But we opted for a Boston cream pie before we decided to head back to the hotel for a well earned rest - ...
... we went to Harvard & MIT to witness a real University (if anyone from work reads this, I'm joking).
We took a tour from a current Harvard student who was pretty funny and interesting, however did prove that the higher the IQ the lower the common sense as she insisted on walking backwards during the tour and unsurprisingly walked into a post...twice.
Overall Harvard had a very impressive campus with quite a big presence, big gates ...
... 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 ...