Bonding in Boston

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This past weekend marked the halfway point in the semester, which my college celebrated with an extra two days off. I took advantage of the free time and organized a day escapade into Boston with some friends. We started off with the Museum of Fine Arts, which  Around noon, we found our way to Greek and Mexican food. Gyro meat was delight after weeks of dry, overcooked, questionable looking beef.

The afternoon was ushered in with exploring the Boston Public Library. It has the cutest reading nooks in the map room. Our wandering then took us to Boston’s Little Italy, where we partook of cannolis and gelato in the presence of Paul Revere. The day was a perfect way to bond with friends while becoming familiar with the local big city.

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Admiring the vast amount of appetizing looking veggies. 

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Working on our artsy photo posing.

 

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My soul was satisfied by this meal.
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Plantains for the table!
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Bonding.
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Taking advantage of the moody lighting.

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Courtyard in the library.
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Art student at work.

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It tasted as delicious as it looks.
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Me, Grace, Evan, Emma, Meredith and Emmy.

Boston was great, but New York City is still better.

Veronica A.

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