Sonesta ES Suites Burlington
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... built downwards, which goes down 6 floors and out under the grassed area in front which is now known as the stacks. Very interesting! After the tour we went to a bar called John Harvard, known to be the founder, in fact he was just a major benefactor. One of James friends joined us for food and we just needed up chatting about university, sport and how things are surprisingly much different in the UK. We caught the red line back to our hostel around 9.45pm for another sleepless ...
RENAME The Ship. !!!!!! PENSIONERS ON THE SEAS Had a last look around Boston in the morning as our transfer was at two Got to Boston harbour at about three and Mother said *******. What have you done ! We were in a Que behind motorised wheelchairs people with sticks, zimmers and some of the fattest ***** I've ever seen I said "at least we ...
... big sites, which is a 2.5 mile trail lined with bricks to get tourist from one site to the next. We didn't find this out until half way through the trail and were following a map until then. Most of Boston is made out of brick including the sidewalks and houses, so it was easy to miss the brick path on the freedom trail. Our first site stop was the market to get some food to fuel me through the day. It is not open for breakfast, so I had to get ...
... waved her hand. Looking back, I'm not sure why a measly 5 months abroad seemed an eternity, because studying at an elite private Women's College near Boston made me feel as if I were abroad. It's all about acclimation.
International terminals are unique places. They bring people from all corners of the globe together, and with this duty comes a fantastic mélange of languages and styles of dress. I could hear ...
... got to know a lot about the university, its history and how it works. After that we took the same tour at the MIT, but the student leading it was talking so much and showing us just every detail of everything, so that we decided to leave the tour after 1,5 hours ;) Having visited both of the top universities in the world made me think about our own education system in Europe. I really envied people studying at those universities as it seemed ...