Four Seasons Bed & Breakfast

Address: 15 Madoc St., Newton, Massachusetts, 02459, United States | B&B
 
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This is my day

A travel blog entry by famlitz on Jun 07, 2014

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Tomorrow I will sleep longer! Even though I was dead exhausted when I went to bed at night, I was awake again at 5:00 am. Since I wanted to get up at 6:00, no sense in turning around again and going back to sleep.

So I got up, took a shower and dabbled a bit here and there and left the dorm at 7:30. Had a yummy cheese omlette and decided that I am a lucky person. The streets were fairly empty in the morning, but ...

Long Time No See!

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Feb 17, 2014

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... and down the hill there was a huge restaurant and shop facility. Lastly and probably most importantly; Wachusett Mountain’s waffle house sells belgian waffles that are famous in the whole area, and people come from far away to get one of these chocolate covered treats.

The four of us spent all day going up and down the slope. Josh used to be a snowboard teacher here and therefore knew the mountain inside out. He guided us through the fun parks ...

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 ...

Boston Day 2

A travel blog entry by mndlx on Oct 04, 2013

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We went over to Cambridge today to visit Harvard. It was a little rainy on and off this morning and afternoon-nothing like that first night in DC though-so we didn't get a chance to hang out on the campus lawns. There were quite a few tourists on campus. We both thought it would be a little strange to go to University while a bunch of tourists were around taking pictures. We also went down to look at the Charles River from the Cambridge side. There was a large group ...

Boston - Cambridge - Charlestown - Harvard - MIT

A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Sep 03, 2013

After rain-stopped-play in Philadelphia, the sheer concentration of sights in Washington, being with family friends in Austin, the less than enthralling downtown of San Diego, and a particularly antisocial (as a result of public transport) stay in LA, Wednesday morning was the first time in three weeks that I've been able to just get up early and wander off into a new city for the sake of seeing what it has on offer.

So, still drunk on the ichor ...

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