Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Boston and Harvard

Yesterday I had to visit a company in Boston for work. I had mixed feelings about this trip since I had never been to that city and really wanted to visit but initially it required a 4 am start, a trip there and back returning at about midnight. In the end we decided to stay the night and I’m glad we did.

We took full advantage and after our meetings were concluded, I headed over to Harvard University to soak up some of the university atmosphere. I'm presuming that everybody has heard of Harvard, arguably the most famous university in the world. The campus was all of what you’d expect from an almost 400 year old ivy league private university that is most likely one of the most expensive to attend and most difficult to get accepted.

We then ate dinner in Boston’s famous Little Italy, the North End. There were literally hundreds of small tiny Italian restaurants. It was difficult to choose but we did and it didn't disappoint. I mixed pasta with New England cream clam sauce and it was delicious. Can’t wait to go back to Boston.

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