Travel Blogs from Boston, United States

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day 39, Boston, United States travel blog

day 39

A travel blog entry by twowombats

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... the memorial to the Boston Massacre. From the balcony of this building, the then governor read the Declaration of Independence. The Boston Massacre remembers when 8 British soldiers fired into a crowd of Bostonians, killing 5 people, who are buried in the ...

Travels after exchange: Boston, Boston, United States travel blog

Travels after exchange: Boston

A travel blog entry by nathaliezheng

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Thoughts., Boston, United States travel blog

Thoughts.

A travel blog entry by ddfb

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... the causes and conditions of this India trip? We have been home from India two days now, arriving Newark on Saturday at 4:30am-then Boston at 10:30am. It's Monday very early morning and still, my body clock is not in sync with the USA. The day we ...

BASTAN by the HAWBA A.K.A. Boston by the Harbor, Boston, United States travel blog

BASTAN by the HAWBA A.K.A. Boston by the Harbor

A travel blog entry by asiankrizzos

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We drove back to Boston for a walking tour of the city!  It was a typical summer day in Boston....beautiful weather and a bunch of angry locals because "The Sox" lost that day. We ate fish n chips  and chowda at the Quincy Market walked ...

You can go home again, Boston, United States travel blog

You can go home again

A travel blog entry by tipperoonie

... were put on a 12:30 p.m. departure. My connection was also delayed by 2 hours in Dallas which got me back to Boston at 11:30 p.m.; 4 flight segments but 3 had 'technical difficulties'? Either it's poor maintenance or poor operations. It's so nice to ...

Kayak, Boston, United States travel blog

Kayak

A travel blog entry by mikeandnat

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Run with Ian, he put me to shame! Shopping at an amazing local food produce market Kayaking in the rain Cooked my first fully Vegan meal Suzens family visited for Peters ...

A day in the City, Boston, United States travel blog

A day in the City

A travel blog entry by mikeandnat

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The train in, with an expert hole puncher! A long stroll through the gardens in stunning sunshine. A trip to the 50th floor of the prudential centre for 360 panoramic views of the city. Lunch in China town, the fastest restaurant food we have ever seen! ...

Boston, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston

A travel blog entry by a_d_smith

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... , including the famous tea party.  Saw a bunch of folk straight out of Oh Brother where art thou singing away in Boston common.  Ate Chowder, traditional Boston fare.  Walked a bit around the town, great place, then we decided to ...

Boston in pictures, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston in pictures

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld

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A week in Boston, Boston, United States travel blog

A week in Boston

A travel blog entry by tom_white_5588

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31st: Arrived - Luke in Montreal Went to Applebee's Went out drinking with Luke's housemates á 1st: Got up late Superbowl - Cardinals vs Steelers - close game, Steelers win. Ordered in pizza and wings á ...

How do you like your eggs in the morning?, Boston, United States travel blog

How do you like your eggs in the morning?

A travel blog entry by danwalsh

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... and it was about half an hours walk to the hospital. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 23 Number of States visited; 11 Number of hospitals visited; 10 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 10 (10 721 ...

Day 15 Quebec to Boston, Boston, United States travel blog

Day 15 Quebec to Boston

A travel blog entry by colindaines

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... briefly at the Flumes national park centre. We either read or dozed in the bus most of the way. Our arrival into Boston was consequently quite later than expected, but our accommodation is at a heritage and locally famous hotel, the Omni Parker House ...

Hit The Freedom Trail, Boston, United States travel blog

Hit The Freedom Trail

A travel blog entry by lawrie_and_ash

... , since it's a red line that you follow which has been painted on the footpath. It takes you past numerous sites like Boston Common, Paul Reveres' house, and Bunker Hill. You can still see the balcony from which Bostonians were read the Declaration of ...

FREEDOM!!!!!!!, Boston, United States travel blog

FREEDOM!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by robnick

... all educational today and took the Freedom Trail, following a red line across the city, highlighting all the historic bits of Boston's history. It seemed to concentrate very heavily on slagging off the Brits for some reason. Still, it helped to ...

Day 2, Boston, United States travel blog

Day 2

A travel blog entry by hms_travel

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... planes, Conner's dad got lost, (or as he tells it, we ditched him). He evenutally found us and we made the plane ride to Boston.      Mr. Washington met us at the airport. Then we took the bus (Mr. Egan - our bus driver) to the ...

mmmmm donuts...., Boston, United States travel blog

mmmmm donuts....

A travel blog entry by ste-earth

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... days and the waitress asks you if you like your eggs over-easy, sunny side up, scrambled or just benedict?! - - later that day.... Boston is a really cool city, much different to new york, a lot slower pace and there seems to be more history to the ...

Day 33 Cruise  - Boston, Boston, United States travel blog

Day 33 Cruise - Boston

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... a lined path through it's city called the Freedom Trail that takes tourists to each historical site. The central Boston area is filled with beautiful buildings with detailed architectural features. We even came across a building with the fašade ...

Boston, Harvard and Molly's House, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston, Harvard and Molly's House

A travel blog entry by simonandflo

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... tour we walked the Freedom Trail which is Historic Trail through Boston which is all about the American Revolution. We started at Boston Common and walked 2 miles to the Paul Revere House. (Simon: The guy who rode through the streets to Lexington ...

Boston Highlights, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston Highlights

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom

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... Bay, The Fen and part of the Public Garden to be exact. We really didn't walk the Freedom Trail...this time. Boston is a wonderful city to visit, full of history, yet modern. The historic is intermingled with the modern for striking ...

Photo Highlights of South America, Boston, United States travel blog

Photo Highlights of South America

A travel blog entry by tombarker

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As I relax at my family friend's Godfather Part IIesque house taking in the lakeside views I decided to upload some of the best photos from the 2 gig or so of photos I took whilst I ponder a final blog entry. ...

Here I go..., Boston, United States travel blog

Here I go...

A travel blog entry by cpaul

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Ok, well here I go! My flight leaves at 9:35 p.m. on July 2 (my birthday!) and my friend Denise and I will be flying to London on British Airways first. I've done my best to pack everything (from our three page packing list) into my 3900 cubic inch back ...

Transition: Back in the USA, Boston, United States travel blog

Transition: Back in the USA

A travel blog entry by peacecorpsliz

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Well it wasn't really "The End." This is the real end, or on the other hand, this very moment feels like a beginning or extension, not an end. My new life schedule, obligation, challenges and joys are already forming here in the USA. I flew back home ...

Boston, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

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Marie and Jeff dropped their car at the hotel and just wandered around Boston. But what better way to see the History of the Boston than to walk the Patriot Trail. Now you'd think the best attraction would be Paul Revere's House, the USS Constitution, ...

Rest of the summer, Boston, United States travel blog

Rest of the summer

A travel blog entry by nick.iprogram

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Well it has turned out to be a great summer. Towards the end it started to slow down when every one returned to college and I began to become lethargic and lazy but still it allowed me to almost completely focus and getting ready for France. I have it ...

Boston, Massachusetts, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston, Massachusetts

A travel blog entry by victoria

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... ! Freezing! Home sick already?!!! 01/05/05 We did the 'Freedom Trail' today - a walk along the historical sites in Boston. Climbed Bunkers Hill - 296 steps, and was blimmin knackered at the top! great view though! We went to the Park Street Church ...

Boston in the Rain, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston in the Rain

A travel blog entry by cwbluey

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... bad weather day we have had in three weeks so we can't complain. So we got on the hop on hop off bus and drove around Boston without getting off. This gave us a good look at Boston. As I have said yesterday it is a lovely city. Tomorrow the weather will ...

A Dozen Days..., Boston, United States travel blog

A Dozen Days...

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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...until I leave for the Netherlands. Looking at a calendar, it looks veryveryvery close to today. And I'm excited. I really am. Everyone has been posting in the group on facebook and I keep researching European cities. But I just want to BE there ...

Boston!, Boston, United States travel blog

Boston!

A travel blog entry by gknopp

... one of the benefits of cruising so we take full advantage.  Boston it is.  So we got a notion that a week in Boston made sense.  I immediately, had a thought about getting Red Sox tickets so i made a fast Internet search and Yes there a ...

New York to Boston, Boston, United States travel blog

New York to Boston

A travel blog entry by cwbluey

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... to the side. Many people were listening. Only in the USA. There were these rows of unusual lavender plants they look so pretty. There are some lovely buildings around Boston. Nearby was an Australian Ugg Boot Store. We look forward to exploring ...

Irish In America, Boston, United States travel blog

Irish In America

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity

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Today was my last lit class for the semester. It's definitely gotten on my nerves at times, but I've liked the majority of the books and have even loved some. The students in the class worked so well together, and combined with the brilliance of my ...

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