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... Lee Berk. Phil Collins and Erik Clapton are a few of the people who attended Berklee. Next we passed by Fenway Park and Fenway Victory Gardens. We decided not to get off and tour Fenway so just observed it from the outside. We then passed the Oliver Ames Mansion which sold for $20 million in 2013. MIT was next on the tour and it is impressive - $62,000 per year. We also learned that you only get in MIT with your brains - they do not consider alumni or ...
... river for miles. There were playgrounds and even exercise equipment in various places. If we had been here longer, it would have been a great place to explore.
When we arrived at the airport, we were suddenly reminded that we're part of a much bigger, and somewhat uncertain, world. We had to go through metal detectors and put our bags through x-ray machines before we even could go into the airport. We then stood in line to check our bags, ...
... Beer. Surely there is no better way of seeing a city ......we cruised passed historic boat houses (similar to those on The Thames) and impressive cityscape. Our attention was soon drawn to the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) buildings that spread out along the river. MIT is a leader in computer, electronic and nuclear technologies. It is noteworthy to mention we were accompanied by a "bevy" of Boston beauties on some sort of hen night one of which had ...
... bit intelligent. At the moment the tuition with boarding is a 75.000€ a year. Take that times 4. Wow!!!
I don't if it's jet lag or just the lack of sleep, after dinner in Chinatown (again another 8$) and a beer in a bar (there go another eight) finally back in the dorm and off to sleep. Tomorrow morning a look at the printouts and hope that I will get by with International Finance and the American market. Not my favorite topics for sure.
... airports i have seen Heath:row is the busiest, it is something. Now travelling at over 740 km per hour, altitude 11, 589 meters and is a nice sunny day. Left clouds and drizzle so am enjoying the sun even out a cabin window. .
Yet, even on the nicest day sometimes the weather brings a shower. As w were leave Irish air asked to buckle our seatbelts the coming turbulents. Seemed 10 or 20 minutes ,not sure, of being buffeted by these turbulents. At one ...