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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 ...
... R time... Blake, Dad and I headed to the sauna and pool. It has been nice having some down time in Boston to catch up with ourselves after the last few hectic days in NOLA and NYC.
It was freezing cold and still raining when we went out for dinner so we opted for a mexican restaurant down the road. Very tasty, big meals and super cheap - thats the American way!
Tomorrow we face a 7.5hour drive to Niagara Falls. YIPPEE!
L & B ...
... ourselves to a chai tea latte and a mocha Frappuccino at Starbucks, which were still cheaper (in dollars and including taxes) than in Holland, Remco and I explored the mall in the Prudential building. Not just because it was nice and warm inside and we wanted to protect ourselves from the icy winds, but also because we wanted to see if we could go all the way to the top of the building. We found that the elevator could take us to the 52th floor and that ...
... part in America's fight for independence. And let's be fair, parting from the British has **********e them any favours has it!? They can't even get a universal healthcare system off the ground. Land of the free? Land of the ***** more like.
Boston soon showed itself to be very different to New York in that a) you can walk big parts of the city without too much trouble and b) they haven't managed to price out the homeless ...
... s to this and I suspect there were at least that many there! They utilized both levels of the center, making it a bit difficult but we did enjoy. Lots of Silent bid articles- at least 100 and upstairs were the regular auction things- again at least, or more, than 100. Dinner was Ziti and meatballs with salad and some meats and cheese for sandwiches. Desserts were plentiful and the table kept changing. Their goal was $50T and I suspect they easily made that. We ...
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