National at Archstone Cambridge

Address: 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 Brattle Square.
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A Story of Two Cultures

A travel blog entry by crane on May 04, 2014

17 comments, 3 photos

... the middle of November. The "captain" and the ship's "surgeon" spun wild yarns about their journey that truly captivated many of our fifth graders.

We finished our day fifty stories above Boston at Prudential Center to take in the sights of the city from a bird's eye view. We then had dinner at the food court below and headed back for a restful night at the Park Plaza. Early to bed for us tonight!

Have a good evening,

The Boston Team

Hello, Chloe

A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 17, 2014

... and we thought he wasn't listening when we read him the poem). The guide was interesting and said that if it weren't for Longfellow writing his poem a hundred years later, Revere would not be so famous, and in her view probably deservingly so. A case of promotion outweighing reality.

We then followed the trail to the Old North Church (where the lanterns were hung) and had a look inside - the pews are lovely. People in the ...

To Blog or Not To Blog: An Uncertain Journey

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Nov 19, 2013

1 comment

... summer because he was going to work at a surfing camp in the Canary Islands for six weeks before shipping off to Berlin for his EU grad program.  And his reasoning?  "Paul, I simply couldn't live with the fact that I had such an amazing opportunity and then passed it up.  I'm not going to 'what-if' this situation. I'm just going to do it."  Well, after forcibly being removed from Jeff's carry-on luggage by TSA agents, I realized that ...

Downtown Boston, the Freedom Trail and a Magician!

A travel blog entry by billingsfamily on Aug 18, 2013

... in a massive underground car park, and start following the Freedom Trail on foot. The Freedom Trail is a 2 mile brick trail through Boston's old historic sites, mostly from the time of the American Revolution. We saw the place where Ben Franklin is buried and other sites associated with the struggle to be free from control of the British. We saw street entertainers near Quincy Market and suddenly found ourselves standing next to ...

Boston, day two

A travel blog entry by jonparker on May 31, 2013

3 comments, 19 photos

... dog with chili and onions). From there we decided to buy passes for Trolley Tours of the city. We really enjoyed the tour and the guide (Pat from Toronto by way of Ireland ironically). We saw many cool parts of Boston and Cambridge and learned all sorts of things including that Paul Revere was a day late in his midnight ride. We got off the trolley at the Sheraton and made our way to the Maparium, an unusual and very cool experience inside a glass dome of the earth. The ...