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Spent the day with Kai from Melbourne, travelling round America by himself. Started the day in Harvard Yard, originally donated to the university by John Harvard as his cattle fields along with his private collection of books. We hooked up with a student tour guide. Took us around the campus eventually finishing up by the gift store. She did a great job at showing us around, very loud and filled with knowledge as you'd expect for ...
... trail around for a while and visited a couple of eighteenth century cemeteries and some more historical sights. Jumped back on the trolley and came back to the hotel. Just deciding what we should do for dinner.
Tomorrow we leave Boston, heading north to Salem - Bec wants to check out all the Salem witch history. From there, we plan to get to Portland Maine. It looks like about 3 hours drive north from Salem so all things being equal, that's where we should be.
... great depth; I could not comprehend planning for a gunman attacking indiscriminately within the hospital or having to evacuate the whole hospital. Talking to one of the nurse educators about the roll out of rapid response systems initiatives was much more on my level later that day and highlighted the need for the role to be separate from that of a management or administrative role to ...
On Saturday, we arrived in Boston or Beantown as it has been nicknamed for hundreds of years since the Puritans cooked beans for meals on Sunday.
We took the excursion by Duck Tours to see the sights of Boston. The tour is conducted on an amphibious vehicle that were originally commissioned by the US Army back in the 1940's. Only one of the 'ducks' is an original vehicle from that era - the rest are newer copies. Our driver/tour guide for the 2 ...
... tubs...with masses of seagulls hanging around crazed waiting for some to fall on the ground. These smart birds eventually got their reward and went extra nuts for a few minutes.
I have never seen the film or knew of the story but we saw the Church that featured in the movie and real life tragedy depicted by "The Perfect Storm" I hear George Clooney was in it...
Driving the coastal road back to Rockport the beach ...
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