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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Rainy day in Boston Just like home, pretty miserable so we just had a slow wander in and out of shops and malls Rumpus outside the Apple shop at 10am - turns out the days delivery of iPhone 6 was sold out even before they opened Had lunch in an amazing place called the Cheesecake Factory For dessert - Tiramisu Cheesecake - ...
... road and low and behold more traffic. We finally got to Geline's safely 11pm. We spent some time with Geline and Vic catching up and we also meet their two old puppies - Puffy and Kitty. The sweetest little dogs I've met. Its really late now so off to bed we go.
Day 2: we decide to sleep in after yesterday's mammoth drive. We lazily leave Geline and Vic's place around 11am and walk down to the station to head to Boston. We didn't check the schedule and the next train doesn't ...
... been nice, I think. We had a lovely lunch at a nearby Italian restaurant. It turned out that they reckoned it was the original first Italian restaurant in Boston and they still offer the same menu as originally. Whatever. It was very pleasant, and we chatted to a couple at the next table, who were friends of the waiter and they were from Romania. They reckoned they wanted to visit Australia. John had Australian rack of lamb and ...
... round we headed for security in order to have our student id's printed out.
Then we got on a Trolley that was just for us. Since it was a hop on and stay on, we only saw the sights from the trolley. But it was nice. At least for me to see that I had gotten quite a few of them done yesterday but still so many more that I don't really know if I will find the time to make it. We had a lunch break at Fanueil Hall, again my hopes of a cheap ...
... yet contained. Fabulous international program and an excellent school for the science and engineering minded student. If you want to travel abroad then you can! Yes, you can join a coop or pursue a semester abroad to 80+ countries from around the world. The 4 pillar system is at the heart of the program. Students must complete at least one pillar to graduate. Service learning, international relations, research and work study make Northeastern interactive and hands ...