A Friendly Inn at Harvard Square

1673 Cambridge St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $195.00

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Classes, Campus and Life at Harvard

A travel blog entry by limbeek


... get my ID working, so I split up from my newly made friends, off to the Gutman Conference center at 10:00 am. Guess what? Yes.. Classic. They weren't open 'till noon. So I just got my very first American starbucks and parked myself in a chair. Eventually all worked out well and it was a quiet and smooth sunday. Ate dinner with Aurelie and Thomas, and oh, Thomas the 2nd. This Thomas one is from New Jersey. Hanged out together and went in early for the first week to follow. So curious, ...

WARNING: Consuming raw foods is great for you

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter

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... Copley, the world famous hotel dog. Boston is a very livable city, on par with San Francisco. Fabian heard it is the number one walking city in the country, and I believe it. I mean they spent fifteen billion dollars over 20 years to bury a massive freeway that previously worked its way above ground through the heart of the city. The project was undoubtedly flawed, but it shows the city's dedication to greening and improvement. I'm into it. Cambridge, day ...

July 4th in Boston

A travel blog entry by teamcc


... got up and fixed breakfast and finally we were off to spend the afternoon at the beach. It was 98 miserable degrees yesterday and supposed to be 94 today! The beach is crowded but none of our gang are there. Phil swam and I walked in the water- Later we walked about a mile to find Tony and Angie and visited with them for a bit and then walked back to our chairs-about a 2 miles walk- good for us. We were going to the Y but remembered the Storrow Tunnel was closed ...

Tea for two?

A travel blog entry by andyeaton


... for 18 hours before rerunning via Chicago to London and home for the weekend, all sounds like a lot of trouble if you ask me.

What do we know about Boston, East coast metropolis built by the early settlers as a bridgehead into the New World, literally New England. It is bitterly cold in the winter thanks to the Labrador current and northerly winds, followed by a brief Spring and very pleasant Summer where those that can take in the cape, Cod that is or the ...

Walking the Freedom Trail

A travel blog entry by gailj


... she has family in Wisconsin.

Of course, it was dark and a bit rainy on our drive to our overnight stay. I seem to be lucky all the time, driving in the dark, fog, rain and with bad lighting on the roads. We were fortunate though, since Pennsylvania actually has some good lighting on the roadways. Not so true for the other states we have been through. The worst though was Maine. They didn't even light their wayside reststops. They were DARK.

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This B&B, located on 1673 Cambridge St, Cambridge, is near Harvard University, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Sanders Theatre, and Busch-Reisinger Museum.
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