Irving House At Harvard

Address: 24 Irving St., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 24 Irving St., Cambridge, is near Harvard University, Fogg Art Museum, Busch-Reisinger Museum, and Harvard University Art Museums.
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    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... halls and churches surrounding the yard. There is one statue of John Harvard near the entrance of a hall and there is a very long line to get a picture with him.

    Very near to Harvard is the Longfellow House, which once housed George Washington. I thought this was pretty interesting. George Washington only lived here for about a year. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was a famous poet who ...

    The Best of Boston

    A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 23, 2014

    6 photos

    ... part of the experience at the pier was a live Scottish bag-pipe band that came through the streets as we walked to the restaurant. They were actually members of the Massachusetts state police. I love the sound of the bag-pipes and their unique kilts. After dinner, we made the hour drive back to the campground. Holly was so excited to see us! It was time to write the blog, watch some television and get ready for ...

    Boston and the Turks

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Apr 10, 2014

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    ... well. April 13, Turks: We got up at 8:20 and meet up Tonio for the morning power walk. We went out via the road and came back via the beach - a total of 1.85 miles in 37 minutes. We had tail end breakfast. We snagged a beach cabana with seven chaises. We swam in the ocean several times, walked the beach, ate lunch and snoozed. At four Betsy did aerobic dance and Elaine and I weight lifted. I cooled off in the pool, grabbed a beer and watched the kid fly (on belay) at ...

    Along the Freedom trail

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

    46 photos

    ... of Harriet when she announced she could see the whites of my eyes. The British assaulted the hill two times in 1775 before they were able to overrun the fortifications and drive the militiamen from their makeshift fort. The battle that began at dawn lasted until 3:00 PM in the afternoon. The taking of the fortress on Breed’s Hill was at a terrible cost to the British of almost half of their infantry to death and injury. More than 100 Americans were killed and about ...

    The peoples republic of cambridge

    A travel blog entry by annapeters on Sep 09, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... a diverse feel to it, walking round it feels multi-cultural and mildly bohemian. It also smells good, this might be down to the abundance of vegan cafes and coffee shops. I held my meetings at The Cambridge Community Center (sic), a TTC member told me about the center and I sent a cheeky email asking if I could use some space. The director David Gibbs responded that I could and on the first day I could use his office as he wouldn't be ...