The Scholar B&B / M804

Address: Ellery St at Broadway St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on Ellery St at Broadway St, Cambridge, is near Fogg Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, and Sanders Theatre.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Scholar B&B / M804 Cambridge

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Cambridge

Classes, Campus and Life at Harvard

A travel blog entry by limbeek on Jun 24, 2014

2 comments, 78 photos

... I am happy with this, baby steps-ish, that I begin to like to perform. I didn't say that, by the way. (What? That I like to perform?) No. Yes. No. Okay, moving on, my teacher, Pamela J. Murray, who is a voice instructor and more, is the sweetest and talented. She is guided by Megan, who is an amazing piano player, jaw-dropping good. They make the classes the nicest. Pamela searched up a few songs for me, after my tone ladders and performance, that would fit my voice the best. She sent me ...

Another one of those mixed feeling days

A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Apr 11, 2014

... I can tell, they wouldn't know the difference if everyone kept their mouth shut, but that's gross and not my point). So, all this to work for 3 months. But I'm going to jump through all you stupid ass hoops, Boston, because at the end of the day/week I will make a lot more money doing this than the other options out there. Some of them looked fun, even had a job lined up to do valet parking, but at $10/hr, I'm all ...

Cape Cod? or Boston?..Cape Cod? or Boston?

A travel blog entry by renee.harbig on Oct 20, 2013

32 photos

... t want to regret not doing/seeing everything I wanted to see while we are there so that weighed on me too but the bottom line is this: we feel like we started on this adventure to see America, not necessarily to do America. We got a great start with what we saw in Vermont/New Hampshire and Maine. We talked about the Boston/New York City/Philadelphia/Washington DC part of the journey and felt we just weren’t looking forward to that leg of this trip very much. ...

This MIT Be The Worst Pun Yet

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Oct 09, 2013

12 photos

... and MIT. I feel right at home - I completed a Rubix cube once, perhaps my proudest moment as it came in front of my amazed nephews.

We arrived in Boston keen to get back to enjoying the US, after a tough week in the capital region. Unfortunately the continuing government shutdown had claimed one thing from our to-do list, the witch-trial museums and monuments in Salem, but plenty more remained in town. We began, after the obligatory ...

The lady said, "uh, hello?!"...

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Sep 02, 2013

8 photos

... with separated bike lanes, and it's relatively flat. The historical part of the city, and really it's all historic, is very bikeable, the suggested route being 2.5 miles packed with revolutionary history and architecture dating back to the 17th century. Today was filled with such exploration; I got a full history lesson before lunch. Afterwards I moved out if last night's warmshowers and went to stay with a high ...