Motel 6 Boston - Danvers
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hello again from Northeastern! I haven't posted in a while so I thought I would spend some time today catching you all up.
The past three weeks has gone by incredibly fast. There has been so much going on and it is just starting to settle down into a real routine. I am really enjoying the school, I am working on making sure that I find my place in this huge campus and the larger city of Boston.
Since last time I posted, we finished our welcome ...
... sweatshirt and I want Hinesh to get one too, since we have Oxford ones… My beloved begrudgingly buys his maroon sweatshirt and I find a nice grey one. I can't wait to take our pics with these.
After lunch Geline and Vic drop us off at Copley where we do some window shopping. We spend a lot of time in Barnes and Noble reading the books and looking at the Canada lonely planet guide. Then we find an Armani Exchange where Hinesh grabs some new t-shirts since there is ...
... so the housing in this area was not as nice as what we saw in the South End the other day (no parks, no gardens and very narrow housing with doors straight off the street - ten foot wide housing). Today it is Little Italy and prime real estate. We walked across the Charles River Bridge into Charlestown, site of the Bunker Hill battle against the British and home to the USS Constitution. The tour finished just in time to see the ...
... bull aside, my days spent relaxing and wandering around has brought back SOME of my love for this city. However it has also made me realize how ready I am to get out of here, especially living near one of the bigger colleges in town. The amount of stupid, ignorant and arrogant, and oblivious people I encounter makes me wonder how people view me and if I sometimes I act the part. I hope not and if I do, please, please, please, tell ...
... into their patriotism and love of their country. As Australians we were moved and had an epiphany about the fervour of American patriotism. We also visited Harvard today. (See my 'Thinker' photo!) Tuition and boarding costs are about $50k per year. However, I would think that the contacts and the fact you have Harvard on your resume would be worth much more than that. Steve and I actually thought the costs were pretty reasonable given the spin offs. We spent ...