Rutland Square House

56 Rutland Square , Boston, Massachusetts, 02118, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the South End area of Boston, is near Boston Duck Tours, Copley Place, South End, and Neiman Marcus.
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    Puffy hates me

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 07, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... from the food we have just devoured.

    Day 3: today is Harvard day. Vic is nice enough to drive us there today. We get a good parking spot and head over the IVY league school. Hinesh and I will raise our IQ by 100 points just stepping into the grounds, I can feel it ha ha ha. Again there are lots of people around and lots of tours being given by the Harvard kids. The university buildings are quite big and being one of the first universities in the US are quite old. You can feel ...

    A day on the bus

    A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Jul 28, 2014

    14 photos

    ... for dinner in the local area. We found a lovely little Vietnamese restaurant and as it is a year since we were there, we settled for that. Predictably, Sandra ordered spring rolls and Emma had a rice and chicken dish!

    Tuesday is is allocated to seeing Boston with a city tour, some free time to wander around the sights and then a harbour cruise with lobster (or chicken) dinner. We should have some more interesting tales to tell after that lot.
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    Not a Tea Party in sight

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 14, 2014

    29 photos

    Tuesday 15th July

    After a nice lie in and a spot of breakfast in the room (cereal bars, yoghurt and a banana - nothing fancy), we headed out to catch the subway into downtown to walk along the Freedom Trail. Starting at Boston Common, the trail is marked out along the pavement by a red brick line, and is free to walk along and pick up from wherever you want. It takes you past all the significant places in Boston's history, and details the buildings and people that ...

    The Tea Party

    A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 13, 2014

    1 photo

    ... fantastic. We quickly understood why Trip Advisor reviews absolutely rave about this museum. We learnt so much about the conditions on the boats, the history behind the taxes imposed by the British that ****** the Americans off so badly, and the way in which this event led to the War of Independence. I would fully recommend any visitors to the city to throw themselves into it, and go visit. You won't regret it! (Huzahhh!)

    In the afternoon, ...

    Game 23: Torn

    A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on Jun 30, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... before the gates opened they cleared Yawkey Way before readmitting everyone. This allows for anyone without a ticket to at least have a chance to partake in the pre-game fun if they get there early enough. I made my stop at the team store and managed to keep my spending in check pretty well. After that it was finally time to enter the park.

    The concourse had a feel similar to Wrigley but not nearly as tight. Once I found my way ...