Babson Executive Conference Center

One Executive Education Circle, Wellesley, Massachusetts, 02457, United States | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Wellesley

Along the Freedom trail

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... the Revolutionary War, seafaring commerce was a major factor in the financial growth of our new nation. But our trade like the seafaring trade of the European Nations was hindered by Barbary Pirates off the coast of North Africa. Tribute was paid to the states of Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoli. George Washington argued for a navy to protect American interest both at home and abroad. Congress passed a bill on March 27, 1794, establishing the U.S Navy that we know today. ...

Off to Orlando! 14/8/13

A travel blog entry by liamrudevics


... of different sorts, but on the whole they are the most welcoming, caring people I’ve met. My time in Boston was super nice and relaxing; Boston seems to me like a really special city. It felt like New York, but smaller, quieter and way more relaxed. It felt strange walking on the street in the middle of a significant city yet not feeling the “rush rush” atmosphere that I’d feel back in Sydney or NYC - it was just peaceful, which made it ...

The Freedom Trail

A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey


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The Bunker Hill Monument was the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution in 1775 that lasted for 8 years against the British. The English won this battle but suffered heavy losses. For 12 years there had been growing discontent following newly imposed taxes on sugar and other ...

Boston Bound

A travel blog entry by nattynoo


... downtown for the Freedom Trail. But first... A spot of shopping. Boston's shopping is pretty good... Gem buys herself a Rucksack and some Sketchers... Nothing to do with me! Haha... She must be getting old! Haha! The Freedom Trail is very interesting, Boston has a very eary feel to it! We walk the full trail which is pretty long... When we head into Charlestown we stop art a bar for a much needed drink... I order a Sam Adams Lite in true Boston spirit! We finally finish ...


A travel blog entry by jameszappia


... which was the sight of the Boston Massacre which led to the start of the American Revolution, I did a trolley tour around the city taking me to various historic points and even did a walking tour of Harvard university. So even though there really isn't a jam packed list of things to do in Boston itself it was just a really nice change of pace compared to the hustle and bustle of New York.

I had two of the most sunniest days here and ...


This hotel, located on One Executive Education Circle, Wellesley, is near Lookout Farm, 5-WiTS, Mohawk Trail State Forest, and "Hail to the Sunrise" / Mohawk Park.
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