Taylor House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 50 Burroughs St., Boston, Massachusetts, 02130, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Jamaica Plain area of Boston, is near Jamaica Pond, Boston Beer Museum, Jamaica Plain, and Washington Street.
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      ... our way through security and eventually headed to the plane. We needed to take a bus to the plane and walk up the stairs. The flight over the Atlantic would have been one of the most turbulent flights I have been on. The seat belt light went on, the crew were told to get in their seats, and then we were told that we didn't need to worry and that "the plane is really strong"! It lasted about 20 minutes. Ed wasn't ...