Holly House by the Canal
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... sea creatures, birds, mammals and so on. We had the chance to see and touch "Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin, which was actually signed by him, an original copy. We then saw some rare artifacts, like Nobel prizes given to Woods Hols researchers and medals from the ...
Arrived on campus and made my way to the house. We are 18 students in total, 2 houses of 9 students each. On the first floor there is a large kitchen and living room, a bathroom and a bedroom. Upstairs there are 3 bedroom and one bathroom. Each night there is one or two people that are in charge of cooking dinner for the house following a schedule.
... sexton, Robert Newman, hung two lanterns in 1775 to signal the beginning of Paul Revere's famous ride. We all think of this as the start of the Revolutionary War.
We went up Hull street until we came to our last cemetery visit on the trail, Copp Hill Burying Ground. This graveyard is high on a hill overlooking Boston Harbor. It is the last resting place for over 1000 free blacks who lived near the bottom of the hill. Because of ...
... only one show I could have seen which clashed with the Red Sox game. It's a shame because I think I would probably have been more of a ballet than a baseball girl! I arrived into Hyannis in the early evening and already had to purchase my ticket to Rhode Island which they ask you to do to gaur better a place on the coach as tickets aren't online. It's a bit depressing to buy your departure ticket before you're even really arrived in a place...then I stepped outside! In my mind all of ...
... who it was. While most of the
passengers were lined up waiting for the next stewardess to escort them
to their rooms and explain all the features, Jen basically said "you
know everything, go ahead to your room". By the time we left the dock,
about 1/3 of the crew had welcomed me back by name.
I am in 10A, one of the stranger cabins on the ship. It is far forward,
and at that point the wall of the ship slants inward at close to a ...