Longfellow's Wayside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... by the actual university all to help networking. The amount of different societies and frats. Even where Mark Zuckerberg created the Facebook 10 years earlier. Each building on the campus is designed to reek of wealth and overflow with wealth. Ended up purchasing several Harvard t-shirts that are said to increase your IQ by 50%.
... it's not hard to stay relatively safe, yes, even in America. It's easy to get lost but even then, it's impossible to. That's probably not what you want to read Mum, but you know me. I'm not reckless at all, but I do love getting lost. The past two days have been impulsive; getting off stops, turning down streets, entering shops when it "feels right", following intuition rather than a map. All those quotes about life and following your gut instinct ...
... to the Boston Common where the tour started. It was 2 degrees outside with a wind chill of -2 and it's raining. Not perfect touring weather but we didn't want to waste an afternoon! Our bearded, red haired, enthusiastic & animated tour guide (wearing an outfit including pantaloons typical from the colonial times) did a great job of explaining the Boston's part in the American Revolution, pointing out significant buildings, burial grounds and people along the way. We saw 11 ...
... the Americans along the route of the coming British. By the time that the British had arrived in Lexington all of the weapons had been moved and a group of approximately 40 Lexington Militiamen were waiting on the village commons. There this small band of farmers and trades men that had just been trained confronted over 200 British Army regulars that were veterans who had fought in many wars before coming to America to enforce British Rule of the colonies. The origin of ...
... not have an appt!!! And I told them that, Yes I did! They had confirmed it and I had called back to make sure. Eventually they took me in to have the work done. I was frustrated. Then my dentist says that he was not surprised that it fell off. He had run out of adhesive after first crown and found that they had no more so used something else. Well it did not work! And that upset me more and he apologized saying he was sorry, especially since I had been leaving ...