Marriott Execustay Asteria

Address: 4 Emerson Place, Boston, Massachusetts, 02114, United States | Condo
 
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Location

This condo, located in the Beacon Hill area of Boston, is near Museum of Science, Charles River Esplanade, Charles Street, and Museum of Afro-American History.
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Travel Blogs from Boston

Techniques Obtainable to the Enterprise Analyst

A travel blog entry by gerrycost17 on Nov 20, 2014

... are vital for the stakeholder and the tip person to be happy. When it is determined precisely what the stakeholder wants, the business analyst will speak with the IT department. The IT department shall be off and running. The IT department in many firms have developed wonderful things. You just by no means know what an IT division has accomplished for you until you stop and think about it. Processors run on code. Tiny processors are used ...

DAY 38. BOSTON.

A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 22, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... more like a cross between a train and tram and arrived home flushed with success and no idea how much value remained on our shared $25.21 Charlie Card. On the trains, announcements are clear and loud. Oh and another little plus- see pic 3. I can't see Ted getting that through the Q state parliament. First stop was across the road at the library of the afore mentioned Church of Christ. Scientist. Here we paused to snap a view. Pic 4. We wanted to go into ...

Following the Freedom Trail in Boston

A travel blog entry by bigfoot_travels on Oct 19, 2014

29 photos

... past to take this photo, we didn't go in to see Norm!!







Another interesting piece of information we picked up is Boston's traditional nickname is Bean Town because it's the home of real baked beans. Traditionally made with white haricot beans, ham hocks & molasses. But there is a tragic twist to that story as a terrible accident at Cops Hill in 1919 killed 21 people when tidal wave of molasses burst open releasing ...

Where everybody knows your name

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 15, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... taken of our faces and fingerprints taken. While this was all happening there were huge flat screen tvs showing people having such a wonderful time in America. The bloke at passport control was like some sort of James Bond villain. He had a permanent sour face and I noticed he was missing a thumb. His job was to scan our thumbs and fingers. No wonder he's a miserable git! Somebody in the airport recruitment department has a wicked sense of ...

Boston: the sherbet dib dab in my pocket.

A travel blog entry by isy14 on Apr 24, 2014

3 comments

... 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 ...