Commonwealth Court Guest House

284 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, Massachusetts, 02115, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Back Bay/Fenway area of Boston, is near Newbury Street, Prudential Center, Boylston Street, and Trader Joe's.
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    Boston

    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... the biggest problem that I had in Boston. It seemed like everything there was pub food or fish/chip shops. There was not a lot of variety or at least in downtown. We sat down at a restaurant called Dick's and the waiter came up slammed the silverware on the table and said we have a reputation here of being dick's. Claire said she could handle it since she is English, but he continued on. I asked him if I could have a steak and he said no, then I ...

    Wet, wet, wet

    A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... room. People in costume serving the cafe. Complete disaster - no hot chocolate and when asked for tea offered a paper 500ml cup to help ourselves to cold or hot tea from urns at the far end. Tom rose to his entire height and defended the right of a man to have a cup and saucer for afternoon tea. Some of you may not truly appreciate Tom's serious regard for the traditions of afternoon tea but this was a ...

    Go Red Sox!!!

    A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 28, 2014

    26 photos

    ... the beaten track (admittedly a pro and con!!!) 4.) the lazy bones in me would rather follow a map and walk than get to know how to use a foreign transport system! That is something that has really struck me here; reliance in cars! There is not nearly the same infrastructure/consideration made for pedestrians as in London; as soon as you are out of the centre and touristy part of town the roads can only really accommodate cars and buses. But when there's a will, there's a way! ...

    The Portuguese Playground

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Apr 18, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to get the whole “traveling ordeal” over with. I just make sure to wear loose-fitting layers and to keep my hot pink lipstick handy. I wouldn’t whip out my bow tie until I reached Paris, thank you very much.

    After clearing through security, I found myself easily annoyed by the hordes of people. It was late, and I had worked all day. Could I just have some peace and quiet? Nope. It did feel ...

    Freedom isn't free - Follow the Red Brick Road

    A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Sep 23, 2013

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... red brick line (sometimes a painted line) we weaved our way around Boston. Slightly morbid but it was cool to see the burial place of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock & Robert Treat Paine (the last 3 being signers of the Declaration of Independence) There was also a marker for Gov. James Bowdoin (my Alma mater Bowdoin College was named after him)

    In Chris' words this trail was 'a lot of churches & graveyards'. Stephanie ...