Taylor House Bed and Breakfast

50 Burroughs St., Boston, Massachusetts, 02130, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Boston

Here for the tea party

A travel blog entry by millsontour

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... man. Really jolly and loud.

Arrived in Boston as usual too hungry and too hot. Sorted the food and then walked down to the hostel- May sound cruel but taxis are for wooses and from now on it is practically all car (except Chicago).

Wednesday was free entry to Museum of art so went there from 6-830pm. All agreed NO MORE MUSEUMS.

Lovely meal in Chinatown. Not as good as Mr Chows and of course Ruth had egg fried rice!
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First day of full class

A travel blog entry by famlitz

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Well I did manage to sleep a bit longer, but was up early enough to go through the material for today. At leas I tried. Economics...... not my favorite subject. Luckily we had the information that instead of starting at 8:30 we were to start at 9:00. So we headed off for breakfast at 8:15 and then off to our classroom.

The professor was pretty nice, introduced himself and it was actually quite interesting. But it sure is a long day sitting there and ...

Walking Down Freedom Lane

A travel blog entry by historyhunters

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... s rest before we head to Plymouth in the morning.  Be looking for more updates tomorrow night! Fun Facts: Boston was originally named Shawmat. At one time or another all the famous graves in Granary Burial Grounds have been robbed. Samuel Adams did not ride horses.  He believed that walking helped him communicate with the locals in Boston to get the inside stories. The golden grasshopper at the top of Faneuil Hall is filled with gold coins, placed there by the maker of the ...

Boston: the sherbet dib dab in my pocket.

A travel blog entry by isy14

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... a sign stating when it was made with the architect. This was a great addition, especially if you were interested in ancestry. Nancy informed me she had quite a few ancestors here so knew a lot about the history. You could certainly feel the history here but both Diny and Nancy advised the witch trials have turned into a commercial attraction rather than an accurate depiction of the town's history. There were many psychics with a few witch hunt/trial museums but we went to the ...

Home Janet and don't spare the horses

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet

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... visit neither place would feature high on our list of must sees, though they were pleasant enough, but our visit to Boston was an eye opener. The driving there was awful as the place is a parking lot but what was eye opening was the sheer patriotism of the place which helped us understand why the Yanks are a bunch so fervently patriotic. Everything, and I mean everything about 1776, and the conflict with our finely honed troops is logged and lauded, and communicated ...

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This B&B, located in the Jamaica Plain area of Boston, is near Jamaica Pond, Jamaica Plain, Boston Beer Museum, and Washington Street.
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