The Inn at Babson Court
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... some close by that it would be very fun to get involved in. Fingers crossed that it works out!
On the weekends I have been off exploring Boston! My friends and I went to the Science Museum one night because they had College Night where it was free admission with your college ID. We had a blast, but I think the Minnesota Science Museum is better. We went on a shopping spree on Newbury street as well on one of the last really warm days of fall. Having ...
... half of the directions and ended up in china town, now I never realised this, but the people in china town are actually Chinese and don't speak much English! But I continued strolling up the street looking like a lost puppy, one man then approached me and asked "are you lost?"... In my head I thought, '****, it's really that obvious!', but the lovely man in a suit (always trust a man in a suit) gave me directions to my hostel. That night I was so exhausted ...
... the journey home was a lot quicker than the journey there!
Monday was a shopping day. We hit all the main streets starting with Toys R Us in Times Square on route to the Diamond District. It is just the most amazing store in the world. It is more like a fairground than a shop. In the middle of the store is a huge Ferris Wheel for kids to go on and dotted around the floors are life-size figurines such as The Hulk and a ...
... and stopping in Lynn a pretty coastal village with great views out to sea and a nice promenade which we walked along. Next stop Salem, famous for the Witch trials and death by burning. An interesting place with much Witch memorabilia. To Lynne's delight the PEM (Peabody & Essex Museum) had an exhibition of the famous Faberge Eggs and Lynne and the girls checked it out. They saw 4 of ...
... the best book to read while on a bus with complete strangers. At this point, there were only eight of us on the bus so we had quite a lot of room to stretch out. Little did we know the horror to come (and by horror, I mean a really good time).
In true American style, we stopped for lunch at a ‘highway’ service which served horrific fast food. We’re talking worse than McDonalds. I know. Is there anything worse? Oh yes. So bad I have repressed the name from my memory.