Four Seasons Bed & Breakfast

15 Madoc St., Newton, Massachusetts, 02459, United States | B&B
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Exploring Boston

A travel blog entry by danwalsh on Nov 30, 2013

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A chilled morning was just what I needed although I could not get out of the habit of waking up before 6 so just had a lazy one instead. We had brunch in an American diner which was awesome and spent some time exploring Boston. I had waffle with chicken strips and maple syrup, I'm still not so sure about this mixing of sweet and savoury! In the evening we had dinner at an ...

Day 3 - Boston

A travel blog entry by evie033 on Oct 13, 2013

... lovely sunny day, albeit only 16 degrees Celsius. Took metro (getting better at the routine) and reached Harvard in no time at all. Walked around the grounds and took pictures of the old halls and libraries. Again, they were having some sort of market day, with food stalls, clothes, jewellery and bands. But the markets weren't like our Farmer's Markets. Decided to go back and visit Newbury Street, famous for its shops. Well they were right. This was a lovely area, gorgeous shops, ...

Showtime by the Sea

A travel blog entry by jord-travers on Aug 17, 2013

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... depleting bank account, Harry and I decided to end the night after an intensely entertaining few hours watching over the octagon.

Sunday was a lazy one. The city of Boston was dead quiet except for the regular street performers back at the Long Wharf, where – for a few hours - we watched the regular lives of locals unfold, before saying goodbye to this charming city and to each other. After 18 days together, Harry and I were now going our separate ways. Some of ...

Let the adventures begin

A travel blog entry by mollie.s on Aug 13, 2013

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... Lancaster university is about 4 hours north of London, has a fantastic business school, and has a gorgeous campus ( it looks like it is at least from the pictures!). After talking to my study abroad adviser and talking to an extremely helpful BC (now alumni) I knew I was happy with my choice.

Now you know how I feel about leaving and how I came to my decision of choosing Lancaster. All that's left to say is LET THE ADVENTURES ...

Ni hao, Zajian, Be it ever so humble...

A travel blog entry by on Aug 11, 2013

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... voila, in a true wink of an eye, here I am in Newton!

Blessed Ambien made the flight home easy-peasy. Two movies (Dazed and Confused and the Jane Austin Book Club, easy customs in Toronto ("What’s in your suitcase ma’am?" “Souvenirs.” “Like? “Trinkets, chopsticks and fans!” “Welcome home to the US and enjoy the rest of your summer”), a cab waiting at the airport---it’s ...

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