Monday, April 11, 2011

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

I haven’t been writing on my blog because I’ve been so incredibly busy this weekend! Thursday was my sorority’s philanthropy event, Nacho-Average-Sorority Nacho Bar, KE$HA Concert on Friday, and then on Saturday we had our formal, the Sapphire Ball. Both events were so much fun: check out these pictures!

Nacho Bar


Sapphire Ball 2011

Hyatt Regency in Cambridge

Anyway, back on subject, because we had our formal at the Hyatt Regency by Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts, I’ve decided that I should write a little about it for today’s post J

Cambridge, Massachusetts was first settled by English colonists in 1630. It was part of Newe Towne, which was founded by Puritan colonists of the Massachusetts Bay Colony under Governor John Winthrop. The town’s name was changed to Cambridge in honor of Cambridge University in England.

There’s so much to do in Cambridge; the incredible amount of history will mesmerize you. The most historical and unique places in the city include Harvard Square (primary site of Harvard University), Leonard P. Zakim Bridge (known around the world for its asymmetrical structure), and all the pieces of architectural art you can find on the MIT campus.

Cambridge has so much to offer from cuisine and history to education and art. Every corner is always bustling with tourists and visitors from all over the world. Bordering the Charles River, you’ll be sure to always run into a beautiful view. Go visit this unique place today!

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