Anthony's Town House

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 Phillips School.
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    Travel Blogs from Brookline

    Day One in Boston!

    A travel blog entry by courtneyhoward on Jun 11, 2014

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    ... I had to go. I eventually found my way back and spent the rest of the evening at my hotel and skyping Mum. It's now midnight so I shall sleep. Hoping to visit the filming of "Black Mass" (not the gospel choir soul church) tomorrow down the road from my hotel. Not sure who will be on set or what time. Johnny Depp, Dakota Johnson and Juno Temple have been on set in the past few days. Doubt Benedict Cumberbatch is in Boston yet but it will be fun to see all the vintage costumes and sets. And Johnny ...

    Goodbye New York City

    A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on May 17, 2014

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    ... and Dad are with us for another few days. Today we all boarded the Bolt Bus for a 4hour trip to Boston. Thankfully the bus had wifi!

    The bus took a little longer than expected so we didn't arrive in Boston until after 5.30. We got to our accommodation which is in Charlestown - a short walk from Downtown Boston.
    The plan was to find somewhere local for dinner but after failed attempts to find somewhere (the map got left behind) we ended ...

    Cambridge AND a university? Feels like home!

    A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Dec 06, 2013

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    ... order to build hers and didn't want the same thing happening) and all students must pass a swimming test in order to graduate. The second condition stood until the 1970s. (ok this might be a myth but its a good story anyway) As the front of the library cannot be altered the library has now been extended underground the full width and length of the courtyard in front of it.

    I finished off my trip to Boston with some delicious Italian ice cream courtesy of Joyce and can ...

    Not so much love: Home of the free.

    A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Nov 16, 2013

    But how free are we when we are all trapped in our own little worlds. Tonight I went to the convenient store which is closer than CVS to pick up a soda. I brought along my wad of $1 bills that had accrued over the week to see if I could exchange them for a $10 bill. When I asked the clerk, he said he didn't have any $10 bills through muddled English. "Ding" the register drawer opened and I just happened to glance ...

    "I close my eyes and I drift away..."

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 05, 2013

    ... and other grim places. The trail led to another tour, this one of the USS Constitution, built in 1797. It is still fully sailable, and the Americans are very proud of it. This is an older British ship but that is dry docked and thus sucks by comparison. There is a lot of Brit bashing, only half tonguue in cheek, but it's no big thing. It's nice to be proud of your history, especially when there is so little. Last stop was a monument in the same vain as the Washington ...