Anthony's Town House

Address: 1085 Beacon Street, Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1085 Beacon Street, Brookline, is near Beacon Street, Blick Art Materials, Boston University Observatory, and Mugar Library.
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      William Lloyd Garrison

      A travel blog entry by khill1998 on Oct 30, 2014

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      In the 1820s, William Lloyd Garrison was working for a Quaker newspaper publisher in Baltimore. In 1830, he moved to Boston, and the following year began publishing The Liberator. This anti-slavery newspaper demanded the liberation of slaves with no compensation for their masters. In 1833, along with sixty other abolitionists, ...

      Boston by Day

      A travel blog entry by mariopdeangelis on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... and that turned out to be inspired - great couple of hours And if anyone needs a reason for Independence they should take this tour - the similarities of what happened here and our (Scotland's) case for and against Independence from Westminster are uncanny As we don't have Tea - I say we should use Irn Bru Couldn't resist - went back to the Cheesecake Factory for dinner And - wait for it - took a "Banoffi" cheesecake back to the ...

      Beautiful Boston

      A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Aug 24, 2014

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      ... the rest of the group, deciding to explore the area a little more on foot. We walked around the city a little more, walked back around Boston Common, and then caught the subway back to the hotel for a little rest time.

      After a little bit of a break, we decided to head back out. After realising that Boston was home to over 50 universities, I decided yesterday that I'd like to go and visit Harvard, which turned out to be only one more stop up the subway. We took a bus out to ...

      Saturday 19th Boston Harbour cruise

      A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... everywhere eating takeaway food and at outdoor cafes. I looked in some shops - like the Crocs one - but everything is as expensive as home, so I wasn't tempted to buy anything at all Eventually made our way back to our hotel, and started sorting our stuff ready for packing to leave tomorrow and go to New York on the bus. John spoke on the phone to Warren - one of the guys we met on the last tour. He and his mate Mike live in New York, and said they were keen to show ...

      Nederland, ooooooh Nederland!

      A travel blog entry by fgigase on May 09, 2014

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      ... achieved so many things on an academic level, and I must admit I felt slightly intimidated by the amount of talent present in the room. It was absolutely awesome to be a part of such a fancy and high standard event and this is pretty much exactly what I imagined country club parties to be like. When Hans Gieskes gave a little speech, followed by a communal singing of Het Wilhelmus and a shot of Oranjebitter, my day was complete. Karel and I gave ...