Wellesley Bed & Breakfast

Address: 28 Eaton Court, Wellesley, Massachusetts, 02481, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 28 Eaton Court, Wellesley, is near Lookout Farm, 5-WiTS, Mohawk Trail State Forest, and Weston Ski Track.
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    Travel Blogs from Wellesley

    DAY 38. BOSTON.

    A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 22, 2014

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... s library to experience the Mapparium. This was built in 1937 and it's as if you were standing inside the earth looking out at all the continents and nations except that the printing faces in to you. It's quite awesome and is lit very well. You stand on a bridge and gaze in all directions as a presentation proceeds. It really is an amazing thing but of course a snapshot in time as national borders have changed much since 1937. Sound effects were ...

    Go Back, Jack

    A travel blog entry by donmiller on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    You would think that being in the center of top tier education in the world for science, business and law, they could have rubbed a couple brain cells together and Boston could have designed an airport that would be at least slightly better than ******. The Alka Seltzer gel tabs were a little more effective than expected and I was still under their affect when I walked out into terminal A for my next flight. It took a while for my blood to get moving and the drugs to ...

    Whale Watching off Boston!

    A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 27, 2014

    4 comments, 51 photos

    ... fig would only get worse the further out to sea we got. I made my way back to Long Wharf where I learnt the trip was still going ahead! I was at first delighted but then thought maybe the weather might mitigate what we got to see or how many whales an how much activity (despite my enthusiasm I am no whale connoisseur!). It was now beginning to get windy and the crew were warding off those with sea sickness. Those probe to seasickness were told that they could be given ...

    Turbulents Enter Our Lives,sometimes its allright

    A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 31, 2014

    ... use trains effectively to move large Numbers of people in different ways. A local train transports into and out of the city to the suburbs. Then the special service trains to airports or other specific locations. And , finally the national trains for moving people and goods across the country. It is too costly for Canada to consider such a system now, since most rail track was removed and sold to third world countries. Perhaps a light rail system from ...

    Boston in the Fall

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 10, 2013

    19 photos

    ... do some reading before falling asleep.



    Sept 16th Monday- A dreary looking day out! That called for an oatmeal morning! This was our do-gooder day. First to visit Marilyn who became paralyzed when some nerves in her neck bunched up and went wrong somehow. She has been hospitalized for some time and is now in rehab and is walking a bit, maybe go home in a couple of weeks. From there to visit Tim in the nursing home. He was ...

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