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... due, and this week I have to write a big paper for my Philosophy of Health Science class as well as for my Psychopharmacology class. Luckily I have received great results so far, so all this work does not stop me from exploring the area!
Josh (not the Australian), a Boston College student and friend of mine invited me to come snowboarding with him and his roommates in the weekend after Philadelphia. An offer I could not refuse! That morning was probably ...
... hours, so was very thankful to land at gate E32 and be departing from E14 in the same terminal. Walking from E32 to E14 meant we were able to get something hot to eat before our flight and arrived at the gate about 15 min before they started to board. Perfect.
Take-off was a little bumpy with all the rain, and being in the far back of the plane (row 51) didn't help. But, we were off on the last, and longest, leg of our journey - a 15.5 hour flight across the Atlantic Ocean.
Waited at Penn station for our train - not as organised as Washington. No track # until the last 15 mins before train leaving which was not helpful. Waited at the seated area but should have waited near the gates as that is where everyone was. When they called to board the train, people were already queued at the escalator - I think they've done this before. We scrambled to finally get 2 seats together - these 2 seats had handbags ...
So long old Beantown. After a brilliant few days in Boston I'm now on an Amtrak train heading north to Maine. First observation is London midland have a lot to learn from Amtrak. It's more like flying first class than train travel back home. But then I often think that about any rail travel out of Britain. ...
... at the end of their degree. All freshman students are required to live on campus in designated dormitory accommodation. After their first year of study, students can move to dormitories further away from the lecture buildings or off campus.
In front of University Hall stands the John Harvard Statue which is known as the “ Statue of Three Lies”. While the inscription of the statue reads John Harvard, Founder, 1683 - 1) ...
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