Rockport Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... bit intelligent. At the moment the tuition with boarding is a 75.000€ a year. Take that times 4. Wow!!!
I don't if it's jet lag or just the lack of sleep, after dinner in Chinatown (again another 8$) and a beer in a bar (there go another eight) finally back in the dorm and off to sleep. Tomorrow morning a look at the printouts and hope that I will get by with International Finance and the American market. Not my favorite topics for sure.
... away. We plan to arrive in Seattle on the 25th of May, and here we will split up so that it is just Claire and I going to California while the guys head to Alaska to do some more camping and bear-spotting. This is where Francesca joins the girl gang and the three of us will then explore San Francisco, San Diego and Los Angeles together. After about 10 days of living the California beach life and enjoying the summer vibes, Francesca will part from us again and it ...
... suffice. Now we're not beer monsters but did understand that a beer and a hotdog was an integral part of the game - so naturally disappointed.
At first we thought it was just the TD Centre-name of the arena, but later that evening found out it was the whole State when we were refused entry to a bar/eatery, we had chosen for dinner.
'Good one' Massachusettes!
Anyway, rant over. The game was entertaining with so much going on, it ...
... same efficiency. Still, there's also quite a lot of street performers who do more than just walk around in costumes. One girl playing in the sandwich shop where we had lunch had a wonderful voice, and the bear playing the funky 80's keyboard/guitar was AWESOME.
We visited the Cheers bar, which was pretty cool. It's just a building, but just makes you smile standing outside it. We also bumped into a family from Coventry, ...
This city is called a few things--the Hub, Beantown, America's Biggest College Town, and so on. Boston is Michael's home, and he loves it very much, but also needs to leave home from time to time to stretch his legs and gain new perspectives. Pavel has visited this city several times with his family and also knows it quite well.
More to the point, Boston ...