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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    Ups and downs

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Jun 09, 2014

    ... the best and we have definitely have found good company, good food and good wine a lot of laughs. All and all a wonderful ending to a day that wasn't looking all to bright in the morning.

    So no pictures today. But all is silent outside (we found out that it is normal here that construction is done during the night ???!!!???). So off to bed and a new day ahead.

    Day 3 The Freedom Trail

    A travel blog entry by aaronandali on Mar 02, 2014

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    We spent the day following the footsteps of the American Revolution today. After realizing you've walked past the Boston Marathon site or the Church from which Paul Revere was signalled or the Boston Massacre it's surreal to think how many important, tragic and inspiring events spanning literally hundreds of years happened where you're standing. Oh and we drank really good ...

    Hello, Chloe

    A travel blog entry by sindlen on Jan 17, 2014

    ... and we thought he wasn't listening when we read him the poem). The guide was interesting and said that if it weren't for Longfellow writing his poem a hundred years later, Revere would not be so famous, and in her view probably deservingly so. A case of promotion outweighing reality.

    We then followed the trail to the Old North Church (where the lanterns were hung) and had a look inside - the pews are lovely. People in the ...

    Following an alternative Freedom Trail...

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Oct 02, 2013

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    ... that way to get a pre-Duck breakfast. Not too much liquid; Ducks are not fitted with toilet facilities. We amble up to the Duck Tour stand early and we’re offered the opportunity to board the 9am Duck. Why not? Our Duck is Longfellow Bridget, and our conDUCKtour is The Great Garabaldi. The tour is fab. On land and sea, our guide gives us a humorous potted history of Boston – oh how they love the British… - and we quack ...

    Heat waves, History and Horrible Hostel!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jul 23, 2013

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... the British, a small group of the 5000 people present rushed off and dressed in questionable disguises as Mohawk Native Americans, ran down to the harbour, and boarded the British ships there. They easily overcame the merchant sailors and got hold of the tea cargo. England's British East Indian Company had the absolute monopoly on tea sales in America, which meant they could hike up the taxes whenever they wanted. That night, December 16, 1773, over 92 000 pounds of tea ...