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With the air cooler and the first snowfall flirting at our windowsills, I took advantage of my Fall and Winter stay in New England to take my daily walk at one of the most famous attractions in Massachusetts, Walden Pond.  Located outside of Concord, Walden Pond, is a state reservation world renowned by the writings.
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With the changing colors and temperatures,  it is clear that autumn is here.  In my last post with my video, Fall Colors in New England, I shared only one of the highlights of autumn, its majestic colors.  However, I feel that fall’s special aroma must be mentioned.  Although each family or region may have a.
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As noted in my last post, I suffered a freakish tree accident in New York late last month.  My injuries were very serious, but I was certainly extremely lucky as my healthy condition can and will be regained over the next several months. As I want to continue to build upon my previous posts, which.
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In the last installment of See Beantown Like Nobody’s Business, I wanted to at least touch upon what is across the Charles River with tips on Cambridge. With a simple hop on the Red Line at Park Street, you can arrive at Harvard Square, which is of course home to Harvard University and its Harvard.
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In this second installment of See Beantown Like Nobody’s Business, I would like to share with you a day in Boston starting once again from the Common, but with two options for those of you with a time crunch or just different styles: the Esplanade Park or strolling Newbury Street. The Boston Common is the.
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Boston for the Fourth

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Boston or “Beantown” has been one of my homes. I lived there for roughly five years. With its combination of history, arts, culinary scene, and the vibrancy of the population (with so many higher educational facilities), Boston is a top notch city. I had the opportunity to visit last week over the long Fourth of.
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As the majority of us head back to work after a weekend of getaways to campsites, cottages, beach homes, or just a coma induced weekend of lots of grilling and libations, I have just arrived back to South Florida from a very quick whirlwind tour of Boston and a traditional New England Fourth of July..
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Meeting Mr Traveling Pants

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It was in 2000.  I was teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) in Roslindale, Massachusetts at the Boston School of Modern Languages during the day and waiting tables on Newbury Street in Boston at night and on weekends.  I was then only 22. As I had just came back from Spain, I thoroughly enjoyed that at.
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