「Small exhibit on the 5th floor of the Harvard Countway Medical Library, but very interesting.」
Small free exhibit on the 5th floor of the Harvard Countway Medical Library, but very interesting. One look at the amazing spiral leg bones of a rickets patient will make you appreciate the importance of Vitamen D. I still cant figure out where the rest of the 15,000 specimens listed on the website are located. The Harvard Medical School campus...
Our five year old granddaughter was going to spend a day with us during school vacation and we wanted to take her to a special event. I had heard of the Wheelock Family Theater (they are in their 35th season), but had never been there. However I saw that a musical entitled A Year with Frog and Toad was playing...
This impressive eatery inside the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a delight. The food was very good and reasonably priced, with a eclectic variety to choose from. The presentation rivaled some finer restraurants I've been to.
The food was very good. My son in law loved the falafel. Having stayed over many nights I enjoyed the steak tips, the philly steak, and burger. The roasted pototos and the sweet potato fries where great as well. The egg fritata in the morning was also excellent.
Was strolling down Boylston Street and they were sampling outside...delicious, and I immediately went in and got the warm vegetable soup...they are a lovely group of people and they are sourcing locally with clean food...loved it. The wave of the future in food. PS the place is IMMACULATE.