Meaghan R.

Meaghan R.

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Mar 1, 2013
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Irish Pub / Restaurant
Mar 1, 2013
Mar 1, 2013
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Outdoor Activity / Park
Mar 1, 2013
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Review
Museum
Mar 1, 2013
Mar 1, 2013
Review
Bar / Burger Joint / Restaurant
Mar 1, 2013

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Recent Reviews and Comments

  • O'Neill's Soho

    London
    Irish Pub / Restaurant
    O'Neill's Soho - Irish Pub | Restaurant in London.
    Mar 1, 2013 A Floor For Every Mood "As a student in London, O'Neill's was my go to place on Thursday nights. First of all, no cover charge before ten is a rare thing in London, so why not take advantage?! Economically, it was the best choice. Most beer was only £3 and mixed drinks were not much more than that. Money was part of the reason I went back every week, but it was mostly because I had such a great time every single week. Yes, there are a lot of Americans there, but I got a chance to meet lots of British people and others from all over the world as well. On the ground floor of O'Neill's there is dining and a large bar, with regular diners. The food is just your average pub food, but it's pretty tasty and cheap as well. As you went up to the second and third floors which had live music every night, the mood got crazier and crazier. The bands that play at O'Neill's were all really good and authentic sounding. There are bars on every floor, and enough space so that it's not a crowded mess. Even on a quiet night during the week, the ambiance of the place was great and lively. Also, O'Neill's is located near Picadilly and close enough to other lots of other bars that it's even a great place to just stop in for one inexpensive pint. " hide
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  • Regent's Park

    London
    Outdoor Activity / Park
    Regent's Park - Outdoor Activity | Park in London.
    Mar 1, 2013 My Favorite Park in London "I may be biased because I attended Regent's College in the direct middle of Regent's Park, but I believe it is the best park out of the many in London. It may not be as posh as Hyde or Kensington Park, but Regent's Park has a lot to offer. One thing is that it is much less crowded than the formerly mentioned parks. Regent's may not be smack dab in the middle of London, but I think the journey north is worth it. The park is gorgeous in the spring with all the flowers and trees in bloom. You can rent a lawn chair if you want to, but I found the grass quite comfortable myself. My friends and I rented a paddle boat for an hour and pushed our way through the Regent's Canal, which is probably one of the most unknown beautiful areas in London. It feels like you are in Venice while you paddle through. There's the London Zoo, which is historic and LOUD. You can hear those monkeys from across the park sometimes, which only adds to the excitement. Additionally, you can eat at the several cafes throughout the park or enjoy a Shakespeare show at the outdoor theater. One more key draw to Regent's Park is the amount of places it leads to. Go one way and you get to Camden Markets, another and you're at posh Primrose Hill. Down south there's Baker Street and the sophisticated Marylebone High Street. Beyond the beauty, there lies convenience (without the crowds). " hide
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  • Museum of Fine Arts

    Boston
    Museum
    Museum of Fine Arts - Museum in Boston.
    Mar 1, 2013 A Museum for You and Your Parents "The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most diverse museums I've ever been to. As someone who has been to the Louvre and the British Museum, I am confident in saying that the MFA is my favorite. It has an eclectic mix of the old and the new that makes it fun for the young and the old. As a college student, you generally get a discount to get in to the MFA, so I spent many a rainy afternoon roaming the halls. It has been recently redone, with a whole new wing that is simply gorgeous. There are of course old English portraits and furniture and some contemporary art that is difficult to "get", but the MFA has a little bit of everything. There are mummies, old egyptian jewels, Roman statues, Monet's Water Lilies, Degas' dancers, and a whole area of Boston painters with names you will recognize (Copley, Boylston). There are also some great cafes to eat at (although a little pricey) set in the middle of the beautiful atriums. The museum is not too big or too small; you can walk through in thoroughly in four hours. The exhibits that come are always interesting (I went to the Mario Testino one and loved it!) and current. The Museum shops have cool little trinkets you can take home with you (and affordable). I would recommend the MFA to anyone of any age to check out for an hour or the whole day." hide
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