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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      A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Aug 14, 2014

      ... very professional.

      Dropped luggage off in the house, greeted Djuna who was excited beyond description. It was very nice to see our healthy girlie and came back to a clean house. We did not stay long and headed out to Tufts to see our other baby.

      After waiting for a while, they brought JJ to a room for our visit. Dr. Lohin was with another patient and would join us later. JJ was standing there when we walked in. I called him and hugged him. But ...

      To Blog or Not To Blog: An Uncertain Journey

      A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Nov 19, 2013

      1 comment

      ... zone, that it would remind me of what I can achieve and what I hope to accomplish in the future.  And it would take me to a place that I had always deemed above my skill range, a murky territory that could only live in my imagination as a confusing tangle of scary movie scenes and frightening literary accounts.  I'm going to Africa simply because I refuse to say that I had the opportunity to experience it, but life got in my way.  I ...

      Cape Ann and Salem's Eggs!

      A travel blog entry by billingsfamily on Aug 17, 2013

      ... and stopping in Lynn a pretty coastal village with great views out to sea and a nice promenade which we walked along. Next stop Salem, famous for the Witch trials and death by burning. An interesting place with much Witch memorabilia. To Lynne's delight the PEM (Peabody & Essex Museum) had an exhibition of the famous Faberge Eggs and Lynne and the girls checked it out. They saw 4 of ...

      First Day in Boston!

      A travel blog entry by jonparker on May 30, 2013

      6 comments, 13 photos

      ... into the city to have diner at Atlantic Fish Company. Dave had an awesome pan-seared halibut and a watermelon, feta and balsamic salad. I had a seared Atlantic cod in a bowl of corn chowder with shrimp. Phew, we got full! We soon found ourselves in Copley Square and saw the area of the Boston Marathon bombing, including an area on the sidewalk for people to place flowers, candles, sneakers, baseball caps and many ...

      Rock Me Like A Hurricane

      A travel blog entry by laurenbelle on Nov 03, 2012

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... If I have anything to be thankful for it's that I made it out of New York just in time. Even a day later and I would've been trapped there, in a hostel with no power, no food and no way out. I saw photos on TV of subway stations I had gotten off at just days before completely underwater and it was a sobering image. So I can't be ****** off at the hurricane when it actually caused more than my first-world problems. But I am still a bit disappointed I won't get to sky watch at Area 51.

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