The Farm Cottage

Address: 259 Allandale Road, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 259 Allandale Road, Brookline, is near Arnold Arboretum, Larz Anderson Park, Larz Anderson Auto Museum - Museum of Transportation, and Jamaica Pond.
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    Travel Blogs from Brookline

    Harvard and the Ig Nobel Ceremony

    A travel blog entry by sammiallouni on Sep 17, 2015

    5 photos

    ... the place to go. I will probably watch it back online at some point. After the ceremony we had a few beers and did some mingling in the private after party where the other winners were. They had foods and beers from around the world. We the. Took a cab to Charles St with some of the other team members and went a great pizza place. We walked back to the hotel and got back about 12am. Incredible day. Very fun. Very ...

    Freedom Trail

    A travel blog entry by margd on Jun 22, 2015

    5 photos

    ... day, not too hot or humid so we did pretty well with the walking. 1. Boston Common 2. Massachusetts State House 3. Park Street Church 4. Granary burying ground 5. King's Chapel 6. First Public School & statue of Benjamin Franklin ( there were archaeologists working here uncovering the foundations of the Latin Schoolmaster's house) 7. Old Corner Bookstore (now a Mexican restaurant) 8. ...

    Another day in Plymouth

    A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 11, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... English as they go about their everyday work as they would have done 400 years ago. There was also an American Indian homesite of the Wampanoag tribe (you don't pronounce the 'g' as the 'g' is silent in Wampanoa~an language. There are genuine Wampanoag native people dressed how they would have been in the 1600's. You can talk to them as well and they reply in American. One thing I learned is that you don't raise your hand and say 'ugh'. It was a bit awkward talking to them ...

    Day Two - Beautiful Boston

    A travel blog entry by zaileia on Jan 14, 2015

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... some TV, planned the next day’s activities and then went out to Hard Rock café for dinner, our last little splurge before we start cooking for ourselves!

    Lots of food and a few too many cocktails had us in high spirits and culminated Hayley declaring we didn’t need to buy a US cell phone, we could get walkie talkies instead! Her genius idea leaving us crying with laughter we ended the meal and went home to bed, some of us passing out ...

    Following the Freedom Trail in Boston

    A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Oct 19, 2014

    29 photos

    ... a couple of old fogies!!

    We were really impressed with the historic warship USS Constitution, it is kept in remarkable shape, with navy personnel working on it while we visited, shining & polishing until it shines!! There's no information about how much it has cost to keep it in such good condition but we couldnt help comparing it to the Bluenose 11 in Lunenburg, ...