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... alumni association!' Just like becoming an old vaughnian I'd imagine! An honour through and through! During the tour we were not allowed to enter inside any of the buildings but the one building where visitors were permitted to enter the first floor only to see a Harvard classroom was the science building. Built in the 70s it was a fairly ugly building but in its favour it was supposed to be built in the shape of a camera (no- this did not improve the aesthetics of ...
... three point list that I think helps save money on the road and can be applied to Africa and beyond:
1. Write Down Your Costs Daily: Always track your budgets by hand, jotting down costs into makeshift tables and sheets that you can keep in your notepad or journal. I found this was an especially useful exercise that allowed me to see where my money was going and where I could trim costs. You also, if you're a little bit lazier, ...
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We leave the ballpark behind and head to Boston Common in search of the Cheers bar. We had been advised by previous visitors that the original one was the best so that's where we decided to go and it did not disappoint. We found the iconic sign out the front of the bar and head down the stairs to enter the bar. This Cheers bar was the one on which the show was based but inside it does not look like the set. It's really cosy and very ...
... out the wharf and then enjoyed a pre dinner cocktail in the bar of the Marriott across the street) we were seated on the patio and enjoyed excellent seafood.
After dinner we strolled towards the City Hall plaza, where we saw the striking New Holocaust Memorial. The six glass towers etched with 1,000,000 numbers each to symbolize the concentration camp tattoos given to 6,000,000 Jews during World War II is a powerful ...
... There was an added ‘duck’ tour that meant we also went onto a vehicle that seemed to change wheels for flippers and took us onto the water and showed us the historical harbor. Back on land we were shown sites of battles against the Brits, the building where the Declaration of Independence was signed, the widest suspension bridge in the World etc. etc., even the Omni Parker House Hotel where JFK proposed to Jackie! Time then for dinner at ...
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