National at Archstone Cambridge

30 Cambridge Park Drive, Cambridge, Massachusetts, MA 02140, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 30 Cambridge Park Drive, Cambridge, is near Fresh Pond Reservation, Fresh Pond Reservoir, Formaggio Kitchen, and Fresh Pond Clay Works.
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A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Oct 29, 2013

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After a little bit of wandering this morning, Ang and I decided to ride the T to Harvard Square. I wanted to go for a mooch around campus, and we figured some of the buildings would be nice to see. There were some pretty cool buildings, and some nice public areas with lots of seating dotted about on grassed areas. One spot even had a giant outdoor chess set. We only stayed for an hour or so, walking around taking photographs, and there was a Farmers market on ...

Boston in the Fall

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 10, 2013

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Sept 23rd Monday- Up early for us and by 1:45 were on our way to the White Mts in New Hampshire for a couple of days. First stop was at Dunkin Donuts for a couple of muffins for breakfast and then on our way. Next a stop for fuel and off- We did the Kancamangus Hwy before going to the motel-The Notch in Carroll NH. Settled into unit #1 and later to the Fabyens for dinner. We had some of the best ribs I have ever had-lots of meat and ...

Day 1, Boston

A travel blog entry by tracyz on Jun 15, 2013

... clearly annoyed by then and asked the stewardess when they would be turning out the lights. She answered that the lights would be dimmed after the duty free service came through. Much to our chagrin, the lights didn't go out until well after midnight, and were out for only a couple of hours before the breakfast service started. Yikes. So 2 hours of sleep, maybe, and we were up for the day. But we were in Dublin!!

Day 2

A travel blog entry by glenjlittle on Jan 30, 2013

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... went down well. After we found the start of the freedom trail, a 2.5-mile brick-lined route that leads you to 16 historically significant sites in boston. It was a really interesting following the red brick line thorough Boston and especially hearing about the battle at Bunker Hill. After the trail we had a couple of hours to spare before the ride back to the hotel so ...

First Blog, Harvard.

A travel blog entry by groupmhjd on Nov 01, 2012

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... The only advice I have for future presidents, would be that they really need to go to a nice college like Harvard. I believe that if someone is going to become the president then they should have a lot of experience and knowledge in this county. I mean they are going to be in charge right? Knowledge equals Power. If they want people to listen to them they need to be well informed.

- Haley Newland