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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Travel Blogs from Cambridge


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 ...

Arriving in the USA - Boston

A travel blog entry by filochas on Sep 07, 2013

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... and black cats or whatever! After a lovely Filocha family dinner at a favourite Peabody restaurant we left Boston on Tuesday night, 10th Sept, by train, for New York. Boston was a great introduction to America as this is where they gained their independence from England and historical events like the Boston Tea Party took place! It seems to me that Bostonians still have a strong sense of independence and determination to get things ...

Go Bruins!! (Or the train to Wonderland!)

A travel blog entry by jennell on Jun 17, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... in a trip to Harvard. As an indictment against ourselves i must confess that we actually spent more time at the Harvard gift store than we did on the Harvard grounds but that is only because we spent a very long time at the store!! Also, There are probably only so many buildings that you can see - especially when you are not allowed to enter them! The grounds are lovely though and the gates surrounding the areas/blocks seem steeped with history. We ...


A travel blog entry by laura.hailes on Nov 11, 2012

1 comment, 8 photos

... as a bio-physicist (this just made me think of the big bang theory)! We had a nice Italian food in a place a bit like wagamamas in the fact that you sit at canteen tables. This place was a bit different though, and you self ordered your food at the counter and put your bill on a restaurant card. At the end of your meal, you take your card to the till and pay for what you've eaten. No waitresses=no 20% tips, ...

Freedom Trail

A travel blog entry by lmedear2 on Nov 10, 2012

55 photos

... and victims of the Boston Massacre are buried. The most awkward memorial award definitely went to John Hancock--I'll let the picture speak for itself...

The rest of afternoon was dedicated to what I call "modern Boston." We strolled through the ritzy Beacon Hill neighborhood, and had a blueberry beer at the Cheers bar. In a heroic effort, I restrained myself from taking home the souvenir mug. Next we took ...