Cambridge Vacation Rental Rooms

Address: Tremont St at Broadway St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tremont St at Broadway St, Cambridge, is near Minuteman Trail, Ryles Jazz Club, The Garment District, and Inman Square.
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      Boston: the sherbet dib dab in my pocket.

      A travel blog entry by isy14 on Apr 24, 2014


      ... is a statue of John Harvard and one of the shoes is polished gold. Tourists tend to touch this shoe so, the students pee on it to get back at all the tourists who fill up their pathways and prevent them from quickly getting to lectures. Their library has 3 million books and goes underground 5 floors! I could go on about this as she gave us so much information about university life and we got quite into it really. Afterwards, we were all so tired that we headed back to hostel for ...


      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 ...

      Boston, Massachusetts

      A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Oct 20, 2013

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      ... North Bridge just in time to hear the park ranger's speech about the Shot Heard Round the World. We were seated on benches just yards from the bridge where the American Revolution began. The ranger's speech was accounts from both the Red Coats and the local militia men. In the middle of the speech it hit me the true significance this place held in the history of our country. It brought to light the sacrifices that those ...

      Set this Ship A-sail...

      A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa on Sep 02, 2013

      3 photos

      ... coffee and breakfast and head southward to the younger, bigger-sister city of the Northeast--New York City...

      So we wave goodbye to Boston and set forth on this odyssey of pancakes, pilsners, and past-perfect-continuous-in-passive-voic e grammar lessons!

      Let us know if you see us on the road--you can get in on our photo album :)


      The Incomparable Leah B Graduates...

      A travel blog entry by lrandal on May 20, 2013

      ... fruit because she wanted to be friends. She hadn't yet started kindergarten. But what a gal! When I told her I was FORTY years older than she was, she shrugged and said, "You're still in-ter-est-ing!"

      And she has never been anything less! Fun, full of intergrity, smart but not particularly fond of school, and perceptive to the max.. The list goes on. Yay, for Leah!

      And for us--we arrived ...