Walking Wellesley

After a delicious lunch in this architectural marvel

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…I was led on a tour around the rest of Wellesley!

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More beautiful buildings…

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…art…

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…and nature…

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…alumni will be sad to hear that this birch tree fell during Hurricane Sandy…apparently there was a memorial service held for it?!?

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Had a lovely time speaking to the AMST 151 class…

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…headed to the Science Library afterwards to get a little work done.

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Another um…interesting place…

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…with stuffed animals (literally)…

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We were all chased out with a big scary bomb-shelter-sounding alarm at 7pm! Wasn’t too hungry on the walk back, so I just ate some fruit stashed from my hotel’s complimentary breakfast…

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…and granola too.

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Off to D.C. next! Edie Sedgwick (the band I’m touring Europe with) has a show at La Casa that I won’t be singing in, but will be attending. Come and bop your head with me!

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travel · November 16, 2012

7 thoughts on “Walking Wellesley

  1. Gail Flackett

    I think that Wellesley is one of the loveliest campuses in the country, especially in Spring. There is also a great art museum, the Davis. Did you see that on your tour? Your visit sounds very successful, as I had no doubt.

  2. Jean

    Hello Lynn,
    Enjoy your trip in Europe ! Among your dates in Germany, you will be in Aachen and Trier : these towns are very close from Belgium. Most famous Belgian chocolates are just waiting you in the other side of the border…
    Best,

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