Eliot & Pickett Houses

Address: 6 Mount Vernon Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, 02108, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Beacon Hill area of Boston, is near John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library, Nichols House Museum, Cyrus E. Dallin Art Museum, and Shirley-Eustis House.
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A travel blog entry by courtneypender on Jul 23, 2015

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... dorms and eating areas. Other interesting facts included that it cost $60,000 a year to attend and that did not cost the boarding fees. There has been new initiatives recently taken to bring those who couldn't afford that amount to come to the university such as Hex help like we have a home. It would be such an amazing experience to study there - such a different lifestyle there then to home. Afterwards we headed back to the hostel, had another nice dinner ...

Boston/Cape Cod - Day 1

A travel blog entry by lorirenaud on Jul 02, 2015

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... is a restaurant owned by Donnie Whalberg, (from New Kids on the Block), Mark Whalberg, (the actor), and their brother, Paul (a chef). It's also the setting of their reality tv show which I love. We were really hoping to see one or more of the brothers there as we were told previously by a local that they are often ...

Back in Boston

A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Jun 01, 2015

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... not spicy at all but extremely flavorful with a nice assortment of veggies including eggplant and string beans. We ended the meal with a delicious almond tart dessert topped with coconut ice-cream. It was so good, I forgot to photograph it!

Also on this leg I visited Felipe's Taqueria on Brattle Street in Harvard Square for a delicious hot bowl of vegetable tortilla soup. With ...

What I Learned, and What I Will Never Understand

A travel blog entry by mikeandme on Apr 19, 2015

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... bad at estimating or using it, but no time estimate from any Italian should be relied upon as accurate.

9. Peaceful views are better than posh hotels. And small local villages are better than big cities, or tourist towns. The most interesting times are trying to talk to people you don't know.

10. As Dorothy said, there's no place like home.

That is all. Thanks for reading along with me. A dopo, i mei amici.

Game 23: Torn

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on Jun 30, 2014

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... some problems for Betts, who was making his home debut in center, as he was tentative going after a fly ball that hit off the wall. You know a stadium has history behind it when both foul poles have names and plaques dedicating them to two greats. Pesky Pole was definitely more popular than Fisk Pole, with many people taking their picture in front of it. There aren't too many features that need visited, rather the entire stadium just has ...

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