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Posted on July 25, 2023

– Siona Bebchick Today we started our morning off by visiting Walden Pond, a beautiful historic sight where Henry David Thoreau, a man of knowledge and wisdom, lived a fulfilled life while rebelling against the world. Thoreau is known for his books Walden Pond and When Thoreau Went to Jail. Both novels explain his core Continue Reading »

Day 29 – Boston

Posted on July 26, 2022

By Daniel  Today we spent our day in Boston, which is a town with rich history and culture from the past to present. Boston was central towards building  America‚Äôs foundation and intellectual development, and today is the shining example of a vibrant college town. We started off the day by visiting Walden Pond, where many Continue Reading »

Day 30 – Boston

Posted on July 27, 2021

by Camilla Martin       We started the day with a decent breakfast, and then set out to explore Boston. Our first stop was Walden Pond, the former home of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. While there, we heroically fought off a swarm of mosquitoes in order to take a short stroll Continue Reading »

Day 30 – Boston

Posted on July 30, 2019

by Noah Lenkin   Today we started off by going to Walden Pond, where Henry David Theorau spent two years, two months, and two days in complete solitude. We talked about some of the quotes that came from him, and what they meant to each of us personally. One quote that meant a lot to Continue Reading »

Day 29 – New York City/Boston

Posted on July 29, 2019

by Max Orston On Sunday morning we left our hotel, the Cambria, at 9:00am. The Cambria had been our home for the past three nights, and I personally loved the rooms and services they offered. Earl arrived with the bus, and we cleared out our rooms and loaded up. However, we didn’t start our day Continue Reading »

Day Thirty One – Boston

Posted on July 24, 2018

by Savannah Lopez: The day started off with a bus ride to Walden pond. We were all tired, per usual, but this morning there was rain which made the bus ride a little bit quieter than usual. When we arrived, we took a walk down to where we could stand right at the edge of Continue Reading »