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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    Ups and downs

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Jun 09, 2014

    ... at 3:30 this morning. Argh....
    I also forgot to mention that the rooms have no clothes hangers. I'm not a negative person, but the evening really went into the morning. Thankfully class was alright today. A bit I can use in my classes.

    Some of us (the older ones ;-) ) are suffering from homesickness. But we found a wonderful way to cure it. Good company ...

    Hahvahd Yahd

    A travel blog entry by aaronandali on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... weren't having mind expanding conversations, it was just college. Finally we passed a quintessentially professor looking fellow, tweed jacket, leather patches, Burberry scarf, very scholarly. He ripped a **** right as he walked past us, pretty much perfectly providing a metaphor for out Harvard ...

    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 ...

    Sport, Education & TV sets...and final day blues.

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... that we wanted to see. I had a restaurant list as long as my arm, yet we have stuck mainly to eating wherever we are at the time we’re hungry. We never got to see a baseball game (damn postseason schedule…) but we got to see behind the scenes at Fenway and got to sit in seats that most fans can only dream of sitting in.

    Birmingham, England seems so far away but at least there we can walk into a bar where everybody does indeed know our ...

    Heat waves, History and Horrible Hostel!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jul 23, 2013

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... Tea Party museum, which is relatively new, and is built on the very site that the infamous event took place. That was really interesting, and a follow up to my last visit to Boston, when I explored the Old State House. High taxes from the British ruling powers was on the nose to the locals, and the discontent came to a head at a public meeting in, you guessed it, a meeting house that's one of the oldest buildings in Boston. At a signal from Samuel Adams, key instigator in ...