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Tremont St at Broadway St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139, United States | Hotel
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Shipped out to Boston

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter

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I woke up wet this morning. At least my tent was, but it didn't rain. There were sprinklers on the baseball field. I would think that would be dangerous for players to trip over, but like I said, haven't spent much time around the sport. I also left my pizza outside my tent like a fool, and when I went to eat it, thousands of ants everywhere ruined my breakfast. I dreamed about that pizza. After those two minor mishaps, the day went very smoothly. Boring, suburban ride ...

Seriously, it's only been 12 days?

A travel blog entry by jeffandbecky


... an hour alone, where Becky labelled approximately 86 items as 'cute'. Jeff had his 5 minutes to look around after.

After that we had a goose around 5th avenue, and spent some time walking through Central Park. In the evening, we got to try chilli in a tin for the first time (no money left), which was surprisingly edible.

Today we have arrived in Boston. Our hosts seem lovely, and their dog is adorable. Makes us miss being around our own animals. ...

A Dozen Days...

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity


... Netherlands, Luxembourg, and some other areas) were originally under Spanish rule. The Calvinist Dutch in the northern lands hated the Catholic rule. A revolt in the 16th century, led by "William the Silent" of Orange led to Spain's loss of the Netherlands ("the industrial and commercial heartland of the Spanish empire").
- Amsterdam is both the capital and center of trade for the Netherlands, but the government is located in the Hague.
- Early ...

Museum of Fine Arts

A travel blog entry by tendashseven


Weather reports were not promising. Freezing temperatures and strong winds foretold of a day that should be best spent indoors. Casey pondered a walking tour of Beacon Hill. A grand idea with lots of history which would include most of the Black History Trail as well. We bundled up and stepped outside for the walk to the subway station that would bring us to Beacon Hill. By the time we got to the station, the chilling winds had cut us to the bone. ...

Harvard, Red Sox and Bostonian Charm

A travel blog entry by tonestar


... I have visited on the east coast previously have been like this in the old style architecture which is just beautiful. I walked around for about an hour and just explored and it was really nice. It was relaxing as well so I really enjoyed my time here in Cambridge. I even rubbed the shoe of the John Harvard statue for luck as you do, and the shoe has changed colour over the years due to the rubbing so that was something I always wanted to do as well.

After Harvard I walked ...

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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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