Outer Reach Resort
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... and academic. I was also taken past the iconic MIT, Kennedy School, and Boston University. This city has so much history, which is quite hard to grasp during a short visit. I will have to return another time...... Today's excursion was to New Hampshire to see the autumn foliage, except that there is very little colour at the moment due to the warmer weather and lack of rain. It is easy to see that the maples are starting to turn red. The tour ...
This morning I went for a walk all around the Harvard Campus, although it is so large that I didn't really get to explore much of it. What I did see though was very impressive. Plaques and statues dotted here and there dating from the 1600s which is incredible. I wandered past some of the significant buildings, libraries and lecture halls etc but also many of the residence halls. While most of them students are ...
... restaurants and shops. Some really good seafood there but too early for lunch.
Paul Revere's house, built around 1680, is Boston's ...
... around the country.
We were very tired by the time we got to hotel. The cold and icy wind was so shocking to our systems and it really knocked the heck out of us. So - by the time we got to hotel it was time to get to sleep. We stayed at the Radisson Blu 1919. I love European style beds with their big, fluffy comforters. We took a great nap before we headed out to see the city. More to follow on that in Part 2 of today!!
... Galleria.) and Rangzen (Tibetan) on Pearl Street at Central Square. Helmand is my go to restaurant with family and friends. I’ve been with Aaron, Bruria, and Lynn J, and it has been great each time. The food looks just like the photos here: http://helmandrestaurant.com/dinner.htm l and it tastes as good too! Rangzen is a lovely little spot and has an all you can eat lunch buffet that’s popular with my MIT & OLPC friends. I prefer to ...