Gray House Cambridge Accommodations

Address: Frost St and Roseland St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02140, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Frost St and Roseland St, Cambridge, is near Harvard Museum of Natural History, Porter Square, Abodeon, and Toad.
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    Walking Down Freedom Lane

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 27, 2014

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    Greetings from Boston! Today we had a jam packed day of sightseeing and first thing this morning we learned a Bostonian greeting… the car horn honk!  We heard it all day long on the streets of Boston.  First thing this morning we got on a trolley to take a tour of the city.  Our first stop was Copley Square where we stopped to look at the breathtaking Trinity Church and the oldest public library in the United States.  It was there we also had another act ...

    Brace Yourself!

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... kicked some ass and sent Maine home with zero points.

    After the game, the night was only slightly older and I still had quite some plans. After all, it was a Saturday night and I have learned that those are precious at BC. Caroline, a BC student who came to Utrecht University College for her exchange semester last year, invited Remco and me over to her place. She lives on the other side of campus, in a little house together with 5 of her friends. Caroline introduced ...

    Hello, Chloe

    A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 17, 2014

    ... have been removed and the wind blows (and it is a very cold wind). We stopped off at Paul Reveres house. One of the guides asked Ed what he knew about Paul Revere and he said "nothing". She started to speak and he said "other than he told his friend if the English soldiers were coming by land he would put up one lantern and if they were coming by sea they would put up two lanterns and that he rode out through the night" (not too bad for a kiwi ...

    Hopping On and Off in Boston

    A travel blog entry by sueton on Oct 17, 2013

    6 photos

    ... beer of course. Back on the bus to the town centre and a slow walk home. We had noticed a Resteraunt which always had a really longline up for dinner, by about 8:30 it was much shorter and we managed to get a table - Tony had Saltimbocca and the 3 of us had the half lobster tail, clam and scallop pasta with a lighlty spicy sauce - mmmm unbelievably delicious - including wine $100 for all of us - the restaurants name for future reference is Giacomos and it is on Hanover street, North ...

    Boston (bawsten) at last!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jul 08, 2013

    28 photos

    ... quiet, so after settling in I had to force myself to face that draining heat again, but was glad I did. Only one street away were the much cooler, green and shaded Public Gardens and Boston Common. The lake in the first is famed for its swan boats, and in fact the hotel adopted them as a symbol. A jazz quartet played by the water, and the park was packed with people all trying to escape the heat. One guy was taking it a bit far by splashing water all over himself, but it ...