Bradford Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We decided that we wanted to walk the Freedom Trail which is a 2 1/2 mile path that goes by 16 significant landmarks in the city center important in American history. The way is marked by a red brick path (or a painted red line) and weaves through Boston. We rode the subway to Park Station (Boston Commons) where the Freedom Trail starts. The T was having some repairs done on the line and so everyone had to disembark at this stop ...
... from history classes about the pilgrims "leasing" the Mayflower! Also, I didn't remember that there were 102 pilgrims and 45 died the first winter. The museum also included actual items that were on the Mayflower. One could spend more time than we had learning about the Pilgrims' struggle to make it a go in their new home. It was very informative and well-done. Then we were off to our final destination - Boston.
... from mountains, the soil would be very soft and susceptible to coastal erosion. As it would have begun as salt marsh (land waterlogged with saltwater), much like a spit, after a while the sediment would be eroded and deposited further down the sediment cell. Stone walls are a costly but effective way to protect against erosion as the wave hits a concrete wall which is hard rock (therefore unlikely to erode) Whig dissipates the waves energy and prevents it from reaching ...
... br> After lunch I went straight to dinner with my cluster group. As you might recall, we had a meeting last Monday with all the International Students (IS’s) and their International Assistants (IA’s). We were divided into cluster groups consisting of about 10 IA’s and their 10 IS’s, and my cluster group decided to organize a dinner in town on Friday night. Unfortunately my own IS, Lisa, could not make it, but I had the best ...
... We toured the Mayflower II, built in England in 1957 , and sailed here. It's an exact replica and they had to find retired shipwrights to teach the skills needed to build it. The original sailed here in 1620, leaving England in September (they'd hoped to get away in June) and arriving at what is now Provincetown, on November 11, 1620. That being unsuitable they soon settled in Plymouth with spring fed streams and not not so boggy. Back ...