Crescent Suites Hotel
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... and walked around the grounds with all of the other freshman who were there for orientation. It's quite a large campus, but the area itself has quite a youthful and exciting feel to it. The grounds extend even further than just the dorms and the classrooms, with the sports stadium (which looks like a mini Colosseum) another suburb away.
After visiting Harvard (and leaving much smarter), we headed back to the Boston Common area to find something for dinner. On the way and all ...
... gardens...vibrant restaurants....chic boutiques. I am already feeling more intelligent and better educated by just being here. Surely my A Level in table football (C) and Greenacre School for Girls (AAA) will qualify me for a late postgraduate diploma. We dine at the hippy inspired Beat Hotel located at lower ground floor level in Harvard Square. Wonderful retro decor, live music and great cuisine.....all washed down by a "sour sop" and Artisanal wine..... early ...
... Great planning.
So now my roommate and I are in our rooms going through our parts of the presentation and I'm hoping that it all works out fine. Our group is the last of four to present. It did make me nervous to hear him say: "If you don't get it right, right from the beginning, I'm going to have to give you a D or a D-" Gulp.
Tonight dinner is Triscuits and cranberry juice. The life of a student.
Whenever I've thought about coming to the US, I'll be honest first and foremost I'm thinking about the food.
So far Boston has not disappointed.
Our first day, wandering rather sleep deprived we found our way to the Wild Boar Deli on Boston Common. A little overwhelmed by a never ending choice list we stumbled our way to getting a smoked meat and turkey sandwich, the meat was inches thick, the sauces dribbled out- all in all we were ...
Argh. The hardest thing about the last few days before a big trip is staring at your suitcase, wondering if you've really packed what you need. I chose my small carry on for this 24 night excursion. No checked case for me.
I like to travel lightly and wash items nightly. That doesn't mean that I ...