The Samuel Sewall Inn

Address: 143 St. Paul Street, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 143 St. Paul Street, Brookline, is near John F. Kennedy National Historic Site, Curious George Goes to WordsWorth, Wayland Golf, and Phillips School.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Business Services

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Samuel Sewall Inn Brookline

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Brookline

          Boston 3

          A travel blog entry by margd on Jun 23, 2015

          6 photos

          ... with the American collection and some more sculpture. Then went around and visited the Japanese garden, by now it was getting pretty hot. Dawdled back taking photos of Boston apartment houses on the way. They all seem to be built with bay windows, vertically arranged which gives an undulating effect along the frontages. A not so great last dinner, supposed to be lobster and scampi, but was light on for lobster and heavy on ...

          Arrival in Boston and off to Needham

          A travel blog entry by sfotch on Apr 10, 2015

          13 photos

          ... youth band to go outside with their instruments and get in a canoe. Anka is pictured with her cello in the canoe.

          We drove back to Ben and Arusha house, and walked from their house to an Indian Restaurant across from the other restaurant where we had had our lunch.
          We said our good byes as we were leaving in the morning for the train to Washington ...

          Day Two - Beautiful Boston

          A travel blog entry by zaileia on Jan 14, 2015

          3 comments, 25 photos

          ... only walkway there were glass chambers emitting steam so we crossed over to get a better look. It was a memorial for the holocaust of World War Two, each chamber you walk through named for a concentration camp with the glass inscribed with the serial numbers the Jews were marked with during this abominable time in history. We walked through reading the horrifying memories relayed by holocaust survivors, the memorial effective and unique in its tribute. ...

          Following the Freedom Trail in Boston

          A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Oct 19, 2014

          29 photos

          ... s overwhelming to reflect on this terrible loss.

          Instead of taking a bus tour we walked the 3mile long Freedom Trail following red line or bricks set in the side walk. It's a great way to do a walking tour because you don't have to be distracted by looking a maps & figuring out where you are when you get lost!! Instead of following the yellow brick road we followed the red brick road!! ...


          A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 09, 2014

          45 photos

          ... the famous statue of mother goose and her goslings, and the real ones of course.We then followed our noses and unknowingly ended up walking half of the freedom trail, something i wanted to anway. It's a pretty long trail that takes you past all of the historical Boston buildings and finishes at a huge monument, kind of like the obelisco in Buenos Aires. The architecture is absolutely phenomenal, but they have had 400 years to get it right.We ...