National at Archstone Cambridge

Address: 30 Cambridge Park Drive, Cambridge, Massachusetts, MA 02140, United States | Condo
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Cambridge

Hello, Chloe

A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 17, 2014

... took turns reading to Chloe, sitting down in the living room. Chloe likes it if you read a book, while at the same time she reads another book out loud and half way through books are swapped. It is fun! Lisa arrived back from the gym, and it was wonderful seeing her again.

We eventually headed off to the Freedom Trail. We got off the T at Charles MGH, and walked along Charles Street and had a quick look around Beacon Hill. There were ...

Bday, Ball Game & Ponchos

A travel blog entry by fourty2frozen on Dec 29, 2013

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... our ponchos we decided to call it a night. Our next mission was finding a way home and with taxi's not being allowed into the complex until an hour after the game and a train with similar criteria, our options were to either walk in the rain down route 1 until we find a cab or we could squat in a nearby hotel lobby until taxi's are allowed in. We went with the latter. It was nice to be warm and dry and we thought we'd take advantage of the available dining area too. A couple ...

The Hub City -- Beantown

A travel blog entry by dhensby on Sep 16, 2013

1 comment, 70 photos

... Not only did Brian know his stuff but he was fun to watch. So we wandered through the most expensive area in Boston reliving infamous crimes. The Boston Strangler killed two of his thirteen victims in Beacon Hill.

We passed the homes of the rich and famous, John Kerry's mansion is here, ending up at the Charles Street Jail, now beautifully converted by its current owners, Massachusetts General ...

Boston - stay strong

A travel blog entry by camnic on Jun 22, 2013

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... on top until death occurs - a slow and painful death taking over 2 days on this occasion.)

The witch museum was a good place to begin our tour, giving us details of the origins of witches. Basically it started with a group of women gossiping, chatting and sometimes behaving hysterically causing the local puritans to think that they were evil or had connections with the devil. These meetings were labelled as ...

Cambridge

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 23, 2013

39 photos

... Still, the displayed Japanese collection on the day were excellent. (Incidentally, one month later back in Japan, I knew the Japanese art collection had been still in a Japanese museum at that time.) What was worse, the fire alarm of the museum suddenly went off! So all the visitors were told to get out of the museum immediately. Although most of the visitors had left their jacket at the cloakroom, they were not allowed to take it. There were fire ...