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... penned by Ralph Waldo Emerson who commemorated this day in his poem "Concord Hymn."
We ended our day at Walden Pond to appreciate the place that led to many inspirational thoughts written by the author Henry David Thoreau. We spent an hour quietly journaling and reflecting on this beautiful place. Ahhhh....
What a day it was!
The Boston ...
... Stand'. Apparently, the majority of Chinese people who go out drinking look for an ONS and the women do not have to pay for any drinks. I was a bit shocked at this and didn't feel a huge urge to go to china; he wasn't really selling this to me. We thought the funniest thing was that his English wasn't that great really but he knew ONS. Go figure! My last day! Time seems to be getting quicker and quicker as my travels go on - this week certainly went faster than NYC. Diny ...
... always surprising for some reason - who else though would've been wearing a Sky Blue training top?
We wandered around the common for a bit, before retiring to the comfort of the world's largest shopping mall. Had some tea and cake before heading back to the hotel. We had hoped to meet up with someone Jamie knew but the lag on facebook messaging meant that by the time we'd tried to sort where and when we would meet up, ...
We wake to a beautiful morning. Off to Berklee this morning for a student led tour. There are a bunch of young people and their parents from all corners of the world, doing the tour with us. Our lovely guide, Shilpa, has been there for 2 years, but has studied somewhere else before. She is studying voice. Berklee is a series of different campus's in a lovely historic area. We visited sound engineering studios, ...
... through slurping the remnants of each one at a time. I thought better of it and didn't want to disturb his concentration. I must have looked fairly dazed and confused as a doorman from outside a very post looking JP Morgan wearing a full suit and tie appeared and took pity on the unorganised lone English girl and came over to my rescue to ask if I needed help. I explained that I had arrived in NYC yesterday evening, that this was my first sight of Manhattan and that I ...