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... and some lines. The cast is already hilarious and I am very ready to be acting, singing, and dancing once again. This production is completely directed and managed by students which is another cool opportunity. I am also rushing for the sororities on campus this weekend and I will definitely post more about that as it happens.
That is just about all I have for today. I will try to get on and post some pictures on here as well! Thanks for reading.
... tax here in Boston.
We then head over to Boston Common to watch Shakespeare in the Park. We walk down Bolyston Street and its a nice walk down. Lots of cool buildings and its a nice warm afternoon. We meet Geline and Vic and we find a spot to watch Twelfth Night. I got it confused with "As you like it" and luckily Vic googled the synopsis at the intermission so we were able to follow the rest of the story. While our views were often blocked we still enjoyed the play. It ...
This morning we shuttled back to Boston Airport and collected a rental car. We had booked a Toyota Corolla but came away with a Dodge Challenger, a very sinister looking black beast. The drive to Plymouth, about an hour south of Boston, was an easy one with little inner city traffic on Sunday morning. A lot of the freeways out of the central Boston area are tunneled underground. This was done in the 1980s, a project called 'The Big Dig', to rid the cityscape of the ugly two ...
I had been looking forward to this trip to Europe. I would have the chance to revisit memories that I had made (or more fittingly, made me) when I studied in Aix-en-Provence, France, in the spring of 2011. As a kid growing up in rural Washington State, I hadn't imagined that I would actually get to go to Europe, much less go twice by the time I turned 23. I am privileged enough to be able to travel, and feel as if it is my duty ...
... as an actual computer. Moreover, book mobility also lends itself to sharing--I assume that after I exit Tanzania, that another traveler somewhere in Malawi will love to pick up my guide as s/he is entering the country.
Bradt is Better: I'm not being paid to plug them (yet), but after my Dad bought me several Bradt guides for Hanukkah, I have to give it up to the British--they sure know how to cover travel through ...