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Day 31: Boston & Philadelphia

Posted on July 27, 2016

By Jake Intrater: The excitement of heading towards Philadelphia led us through the long and somewhat tedious drive from Boston to the City of Brotherly Love. We stopped in New Haven again for lunch and once again had some time to walk around the beautiful Yale campus situated in what felt like a small New England Continue Reading »

Day 30: Boston

Posted on July 26, 2016

By Sydney Kass:   On day 30, Etgar 36 had the pleasure of exploring the city of Boston, which was by no means boring. First, we traveled to Walden Pond where writer and philosopher Henry David Thoreau lived for two years in seek of a quiet place to write. Thoreau was an extremely wise philosopher Continue Reading »

Day 29: Boston

Posted on July 25, 2016

      However, in the morning we checked out an area on the upper west side where the Audubon Society and Gitler Gallery paired up to put up murals all along shop grates and the sides of buildings portraying the over 300 endangered bird species that came out on the 2014 Audubon Society Report.   Continue Reading »

Day 29- New York, Boston

Posted on July 30, 2015

– Eli Shapiro I personally started off the day by waking up late and missing breakfast. After missing breakfast, the whole group went to Central Park to discuss our feelings about New York. In my discussion group, I argued with a New Yorker about if my hometown Chicago or New York City is better. After Continue Reading »

Day 30- Boston

Posted on July 28, 2015

– Ethan Weil We began our first (and only) full day in Boston with an early wake-up and a quick breakfast at the hotel. After a short drive, we arrived at our first stop, Walden Pond. The first thing that struck me as we walked past the pond was how calm and peaceful the surroundings Continue Reading »

Day 29-Boston-by David Lalo

Posted on July 28, 2014

At 10:45 this morning, we arrived at Walden Pond, home to the revolutionary thoughts of Henry David Thoreau. There, by exploring specific quotes he authored and explaining their significance, we saw how the thoughts of this one individual inspired people and changed the world. We shed light on those he inspired, like Gandhi, and, in turn, Continue Reading »

Day 27 – Boston – By Josh Bernstein

Posted on July 22, 2013

Coming into Boston from New York, I was expecting to receive the same hot and humid weather we had experienced in NYC. But when we started our journey in Boston on Monday morning, I was pleasantly surprised by the cool breeze and a break from the humidity. We began our time in Boston by going Continue Reading »