The Jewel of Newbury
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... It became quite apparent an hour and 15 minutes before our excursion that there was no way we would make it to the dock in time for the trolley. Jean suggested we go to the front desk and see if we could get some help. I at least wanted to ask if they could write us an excuse as to why we were missing the trolley ride. Doesn't that sound just like a teacher! Lo and behold after explaining to the man at the desk that I had been told we would be able to make ...
... was told in an early 1978 edition of the magazine. Oct 22 Last day in US for a while. Into Plymouth for short walks in the "Pilgrim" area whilst doing our laundry. The storm is brewing and the day proves very windy and wet. After a Mexican lunch we travelled North to Boston for a final US night before Peru. After delivering the car back, another city walk though now in the wet before a meal and music by Bobby Keyes at the Beehive in the Boston Arts Centre. Overnight in low cost ...
... and speeches from the President himself. After that, we were officially welcomed as students on campus!
Wednesday was my first full day of classes. This semester I am taking four four credit classes and two one credit classes. These include Experiential Entrepreneurship, where we are coming up with a full fledged business plan, Financial Accounting and Reporting, Management Information Systems, and Art of the Theater. I am really enjoying my classes, ...
... hard they impressed the French who had been waving their own private parts at the Brits for centuries. Eventually they joined the Patriot's, cheek-by-jowel, and both sides were soon grinding mercilessly against the rear flanks of the British.
It proved too much for General Cornwallis who was overwhelmed at Yorketown. It was 1781 and he had just enough spunk left in him to raise a white flag. "Enough!" he cried. "I'm spent." It was a decisive Franco-American victory that ...
... marathon). Ended the day at
Quincy Marketplace which was pretty good.
Sail out was magic. The port is right next door to Logan airport and
as we were leaving heaps of planes flew in right over the back bar just before
landing. A great way to enjoy a beer.
Tomorrow we are in New London, Connecticut and we’re doing a ship
tour to the Vanderbilt Breakers Mansion and Newport.