Babson Executive Conference Center

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

    A quick stop in Boston

    A travel blog entry by heidiskinner73 on Dec 14, 2013

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... some coffees and hot chocolates, Jay of course had a chocolate milkshake, as you do. We also ordered 3 pieces of cheesecake, mistake number one, it was far too much. One was blueberry, one Hershey's and the other some chocolate dream thing. It was delicious but far too rich. Next time, we'll just get one...maybe two! Our second mistake was not having enough small bills for the tipping. On this occasion we used the cash we had to pay the bill which left us with ...

    Boston in the Fall

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 10, 2013

    19 photos

    ... washed out during the rain storms they had filled it with large gravel- very hard to walk in/on. We arrived at the tower and there is a lookout rock that you can see all of Boston downtown and much of the country side-a good place to see how things connect. We can see Paul’s place at Revere Beach and the airport-just a great place to visit now and then. Leaving there we headed to the movie, but going a different way got us a bit ‘turned ...

    Boston (bawsten) at last!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jul 08, 2013

    28 photos

    ... the place as guests or employees is long. John Wilkes Booth, the man who assassinated Abraham Lincoln, stayed here, and practised his pistol shooting skills while doing so. (But at a pistol club nearby, not at the hotel!) Malcolm Little, later to be known as Malcolm X, African American activist and political figure, used to work here as a bus boy in Parker's Restaurant in the early 1940's. Charles Dickens made the hotel his base during his 1856-7 tour, and the mirror he used ...

    We liked Boston, but wish we'd had more time

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 26, 2013

    41 photos

    ... hotel, as we've eaten at them in previous trips, and had a good meal. We start
    with Samuel Adams beer and Pinot Grigiot, move on to the clam chowder bowl with
    crackers, and get seduced by the description of the crab cake, but find it very
    bland. We call a halt, still a bit hungry after spending $55 on nothing much.
    The food definitely wasn't as good as we remembered.

    We want to explore a bit more, and get some food supplies, so circle the hotel ...

    Oh where do I start, hot, hot, hot.

    A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad on Aug 02, 2012

    3 photos

    ... also included a harbor cruise, which was quite nice a little cooler on the water.

    Then we got back on the train with all of the commuters to return to the beast and eventually to the the beheamouth or the B&B which we lovingly call all of it now. At the same time we were also coordinating our arrival into Maine.

    But first we had more of this area to explore.