Beacon Inn

Address: 1087 Beacon Street, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1087 Beacon Street, Brookline, is near Beacon Street, Blick Art Materials, Boston University Observatory, and Mugar Library.
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      Travel Blogs from Brookline

      Nine countries in Eastern Europe

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 30, 2014

      104 photos

      ... more than 2,500 years ago, then renamed Constantinople in 330 AD when the Roman Emperor Constantine the great selected it the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire and finally called Istanbul after the Ottoman conquest in the 15th century. This is a place that grew from 1 million to 15 million too fast and the town is absolutely clogged with cars and people. Everything is cleaner and looks better than many places we have seen. A big change from ...

      Thesis the Day!

      A travel blog entry by lmcfarland on Sep 24, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos


      Welcome back, Blogonauts! It is quite a treat to be travel blogging again!

      As you almost assuredly already know, I often travel with four fellow vagabonds: Bob, Richard, Shawn, & Toby.

      At present this peripatetic pentad is yielding to the Siren call of Greece and embarking on an autumn Aegean odyssey.

      (Give yourself ten points if you waded your ...

      Boston

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 18, 2014

      15 photos

      ... big sites, which is a 2.5 mile trail lined with bricks to get tourist from one site to the next. We didn't find this out until half way through the trail and were following a map until then. Most of Boston is made out of brick including the sidewalks and houses, so it was easy to miss the brick path on the freedom trail. Our first site stop was the market to get some food to fuel me through the day. It is not open for breakfast, so I had to get ...

      Go Red Sox!!!

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 28, 2014

      26 photos

      ... White House to make it reflect American history. She made it into a museum and did a televised tour of the house when she was finished. Now the furniture comes as part of the White House as previously there were no rules to stop families on the White House from putting in or taking away whatever they pleased. Another of my favourite exhibits was the coconut which JFK kept on his desk throughout his presidency. It was this coconut on which he scratched a message and gave ...

      Boston

      A travel blog entry by ashnloz on Mar 30, 2014

      41 photos

      ... a guided tour to see inside. We got some great views of the stadium from the original wooden bleachers. Lauren was particularly interested in the press box, Ash enjoying the view of the field from atop the "Green Monster", a huge green wall at the end of centre field stopping balls from going out of the stadium if hit well enough! Being the 1st of April, on the streets we had some April fools pranks tried on us. Some local kids asked "can I borrow your jacket" on this freezing ...