A Friendly Inn at Harvard Square

1673 Cambridge St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States | B&B
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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 Harvard University Art Museums.
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    Travel Blogs from Cambridge

    Use These Tips to Get Fit

    A travel blog entry by banana9russ on Sep 26, 2014

    ... and know how much you've achieved. It can also make it seem like you are doing less when you talk about things. Losing track of what you are doing will make your workout go more quickly. Exercise video games can be a terrific method for making workouts more enjoyable. When you are playing a game and enjoying it so much, you frequently will forget that your body is getting a workout. You are far ...

    Old Boston Town

    A travel blog entry by tryan on Nov 10, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... s. You don't need a museum, you just have to walk the streets to see it. A visit to the old State House and Faneuil Hall are a must as is the Granary Burial Ground, where some of the founding fathers rest. I'd strongly recommend the free walking tours. Brian, the guide, is so knowledgable and passionate (on the verge of crazy) about the history of the town, and he includes props and images to enhance the experience. Now the title is free ...

    Bostin Boston and hello shutdown!!

    A travel blog entry by dalwadiworld on Oct 09, 2013

    3 photos

    Yesterday was our last day in Boston, we had a whistle stop tour here but managed to cover the major sites. True to being tourists we flagged down a trolley bus tour that covered the city's vast history - American independence started here - the city is home to Paul Revere, a silversmith who alerted the military that the British were invading so they could defend their land. As you can imagine we got our fair share of stick for being British here. ...

    Go Red Sox!

    A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 16, 2013

    4 comments, 45 photos

    ... them away from the beach and found a spot to eat our sandwiches before heading up into Boston before the traffic built up too much. It took us a bit longer than expected, but by 4.30 we were at the hotel, in our Red Sox gear ready for the game.

    When we got the tickets for the game, we entered into a ballot just to have the opportunity to buy the tickets since the Yankees visiting is such a big game. It was such a bonus to be drawn and be able ...

    Boston Bound- A long day trip from NYC

    A travel blog entry by vixyb on Jun 21, 2013

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... The areas main business was insurance with many firms being based in there. New England had gained its name as it was settled and colonised by the British who had fled religious persecution from the Catholic church, set sail for the USA and landed in New England. Nearly all the place names we passed were those of English towns and cities which I found slightly disappointing. If I had gone to the trouble of fleeing England, its church and the place that was trying to kill ...