Fahrenheits, miles, feet, Ipads and king sizes
Trip Start Oct 11, 2010
11Trip End Oct 19, 2010
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My arrival in Boston was a pretty nice one. The ride on the upper deck of the 747 was smoother than I had thought. I watched this french movie, L'âge de raison. It was nice. I intend to speak french onboard Air France flights, let's see if I can express myself well and if I understand the replies.
Logan is a friendly, typical American airport, as it should be. Had a little trouble fighting my way through the maze of ground transportation options, in the end I bought my T(this their subway) tickets and found the shuttle bus that would take me to the Blue line. Once on the T getting around is banal.
With some help from a handheld GPS, I quickly found the adress where I was being waited for
After a rather long and undisturbed rest, the next day I ventured into fighting my way through the campus labyrinth of MIT. I chose not to exit at the Kendall station of the T, which is the closest one to MIT, but the Kenmore, so I had to walk across the bridge on Mass Ave, above the Charles river. Whew, that was a chilly and windy trespassing!
My destination was building #37, where my Space Propulsion Lab Tour was coming up.
By the way, there are very few really beautiful and nice looking girls here...
Okay, so I met my tour guide, S., (a kid just drove by in an accessible chair, 'bout 10 years old, with a bunch of books stacked in front o him. I don't think he's the janitor or the gardner..) who was kind enough to lend me a couple of hours of his time.
/gotta go, stay tuned!