Abercrombie's Farrington Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... decorations and things for our walls. We spent more than 2 hours in the store. It was amazing. Then we stopped at CVS, then Panera. Finally, we walked into Harvard Square! That whole area is beautiful and super fun. We ate some cookies at Insomnia (which are delicious if you haven't tried them). Finally, we spent 3 hours making crafts. This isn't exactly what I imagined myself doing in college, but it was so much fun and I couldn't come up with a better thing to do on a Saturday ...
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When we got to the falls we got on a boat and took a trip in the basin of the falls. We got given disposable ponchos to help keep us dry. Although pretty much everyone stayed inside. Tsk. If you’re going to experience something then EXPERIENCE it! I stood in the front of the boat the whole time when we sailed up to the foot of the falls. There were a handful of fellow thrill seekers on the top deck but I had the front all to ...
... cake from there to see if it was as good or perhaps better. I still haven't eaten it, so we will have to wait and see! By this time I was getting a little tired. My left shoulder was hurting - I don't think I had my bag balanced very well. This meant it was time to go and find the apartment I am staying at. I happened to go past Macy's on the way and decided I just had to pop in. They are starting to put up all the Christmas lights and decor there so ...
... an internship at Harvard and who are looking into Malaria treatments in the Harvard lab. I also met Jasmijn, who is doing a seven-year PHD program at the medical center, and Rob, who came here to look for a job because he could not get enough of Boston. I did not meet many other college students and I think Karel and I were the only exchange students (and thus the only underage drinkers…). It was amazing to meet all these successful people who ...
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