Doubletree Hotel Boston/Westborough
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... 1638. This has lead to the statue being called the "Statue of Three Lies" because of the following:
i) John Harvard was not the founder of Harvard. He was a former student who donated a lot of money, thereby causing the school to be renamed Harvard University.
ii) He donated the money in 1636, not 1638.
iii) The artist had no idea what John Harvard looked like, so he modeled the sculpture after one of his friends who attended Harvard.
'Wow' came to mind a number of times on this fun packed evening. The arena wasn't huge, but for that we were grateful, being seated 50 ft up (2nd to last row). We could still see the game and there was also a massive screen for the finer details.
For the same price as a Port Vale match ticket you can't complain, but what we will complain about is, that in order to purchase alcohol as a foreign visitor you must have your passport and nothing ...
... breeze and we didn't even have to use the "naked machine" as I call it. We got to walk through the normal one. It was quick and easy, and we had plenty of time to relax and recharge at gate E15. The boys had a blast watching planes take off and land, and playing on their Kindles a bit, as well as get rid of some energy.
The flight itself was smooth, and being seated near the front meant we got on and off without a fuss. Transfer at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta was ...
... Carter wanted Clam chowder but we ended up eating pizza and it was very good. Took the ferry back into Boston from the US Constitution. Beautiful ride back into the city. Walked to the train station and wanted to go have a drink but everything was closed on Sunday evening. Road train ...
... up on a few things-put new ink in the printer, printed some things for him and did some for me. I was asleep in his chair when he came home around 5. My college roommate surprised me with a phone call- nice to talk to her. Around 6 we began getting ready to attend a benefit for Marc Fucarile who lost a leg in the Boston Bombing. Music, food, comedy entertainment, silent auction and door prizes-not bad for a $30 donation each. They supposedly sold 700 ...