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Arriving in Boston I suppose is like any international flight into a United States airport terminal – hectic. For some reason I thought that because we were coming from Canada it wouldn't be such a big deal. It was. I do understand that the officers are only doing their jobs, but again many questions on my travels, visa etc. Then customs, …
Nathaliezheng stayed here on May 5, 2013 during their trip titled: Nathalie's adventure on exchange in Canada.
I've got a big trouble from the beginning. I lost my backpack. I realised that when I got off the bus to Boston and looked for it before the boot. My backpack was missing. I immediately reported it to the driver and a Greyhound counter staff member, but they couldn't find it. I was upset. In addition to my DSLR camera and portable DVD player, there …
It's been great being back "home" in the States. I've missed the Walgreens and CVS's, the insane amounts of food being served, the politeness and friendliness of the people and the cheap sneakers. The dollar being so high just makes it a sweeter deal.
After arriving from Lima, Peru, I celebrated my arrival back into civilisation …
... time, Sam's bad foot was playing up badly but she perseveredto lead us to the site of the Boston Massacre.
We continued a short distance to Faneuil Hall, where we dined at a fine establishment called "Dick's last resort". This chain of restaurants is known for is deliberately rude waiters, and its always fun to watch them abusing the customers. Its even funnier when the diner is not in on the joke. At his place ...
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Clean and comfortable accommodation with a great free breakfast and superb staff.
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