Whitman House

Address: 17 Worcester St., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 17 Worcester St., Cambridge, is near Minuteman Trail, Ryles Jazz Club, The Garment District, and Inman Square.
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      A travel blog entry by dreamscometrue on May 02, 2014

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      ... team of Boston was the "Boston Americans"? I don't remember the year but early 1900's the Boston Americans were no longer and the new team that would replace them came about....but it was low budget so they gave the new team their old uniforms. The uniforms had red stockings on them so they were called the "Boston Red Stockings". That didn't catch on so they called them the "Boston Red Socks". Even that spelling was too long for the papers and there were to teams with the ...

      Hello, Chloe

      A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 17, 2014

      ... bid for pews which are surrounded by walls about 1.20 metres high, and the owners could decorate the pews as they wished. In winter they would bring in heated bricks to warm the pews. The more sought after pews were in the centre of the church and therefore warmer in winter. Above the pews, around the organ are four figurines which we were told had been donated by a pirate to decorate the church.

      We then headed up to the ...

      To Blog or Not To Blog: An Uncertain Journey

      A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Nov 19, 2013

      1 comment

      ... And isn't it just possible that maybe he would have used Google Maps for enhanced navigation?  My response to you is that you can apply "cold hard facts", "undeniable evidence" and "incontrovertible proof" all you want.  But this is my travel blog, and if 21st Century technology was used by 19th Century explorers to receive snapchats, then that's how it was. And yes, hippos do in fact use iPhones--that one seemed so obvious I ...

      Boston Day One

      A travel blog entry by mndlx on Oct 03, 2013

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      ... the approximately one mile long street. From Newbury we walked further north to the Charles River Esplanade-which runs along the Charles River. We continued our walk to the Boston Public Gardens and Boston Common. We planned to take a Swan Boat ride in the public garden pond, but the Swan Boat season ended Sept. 15:( We found the bar/restaurant that served as inspiration for the 'Cheers' on Beacon ...


      A travel blog entry by lmedear2 on Nov 11, 2012

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      ... of Oliver Smoot, who was the source of a new unit of measurement--see Wikipedia for the full story here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smoot

      After our long walk, we T-ed over to Harvard (yeah, not sure if T-ed is a vowel, but decided to invent it, ala Smoot). Most of the campus buildings are the classic red brick with white trim, but a few have interesting Neo-Gothic details thrown in ...