Bedford Plaza Hotel

Address: 340 Great Road, Bedford, Massachusetts, 01730, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 340 Great Road, Bedford, is near Minute Man National Historical Park, Battle Road Trail, and Guard Up!.
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    Travel Blogs from Bedford

    A little coffee, a lotta lobster and a massage

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Mar 08, 2015

    ... 160;I could't buy myself anything but, I could buy Megan some great reads.  The coffee was smooth and rich and the air smelled like books.  I love the smell of knowledge:) My back was progressively worse as we continued to walk around.  So, I called around for a massage.  Everyone was booked nearby.  Luckily I have been in hospitality for years and I thought to call the concierge at the hotel.  He hired Deb for a one ...

    Sometimes you want to go where everybody...

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Dec 07, 2014

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    ... The school didn't actually start in 1638 either, but two years beforehand in 1636. And finally the man depicted isn't actually John Harvard! Harvard's personal collection of books and paintings was all housed in one building which burned down, so all record of what he looked like was destroyed. And because of all this, the statue is named 'the statue of three lies'. So there you go. History lesson over for today.

    Later, we got together with Jaya and Ben ...

    Canada/NE Cruise, Travelogue part two,

    A travel blog entry by prestonstrips on Oct 12, 2014

    ... excursion on time he pulled out 4 VIP tender passes. Even with these passes we were just 15 minutes early before our trolley tour of Acadia National Park.
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    > Acadia National Park, was the first national Park East of the Rocky Mountain. The park was established mainly by private donation of property from wealthy people such as the Rockefellers. Our 2 1/2 scenic ride was full of beautiful sites. They took us to the tallest mountain, ...

    Walking The Freedom Trail 2014 Style

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 31, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the Revolution so there was much rejoicing, especially when the State House insignia of Unicorn & Lion was torn from the rafters and set ablaze on King Street. Let the good times roll!

    Faneuil Hall is sometimes called "the cradle of liberty" which sounds pretty cool until you learn it was funded and built by Peter Faneuil, a wealthy American colonial merchant, slave trader, and philanthropist. Perhaps that's why Pete's offer of a "free" hall was met with such a ...

    Suitcases, Lists, and Travel Books, oh my!

    A travel blog entry by pamjohnston20 on Jul 30, 2014

    You know we're getting close when Jim starts chiming in about logistics and planning. And that is actually happening! A good sign, for sure!

    A couple days ago I borrowed a couple of pieces of luggage from Elaine, so now Sam & Sydney each have a big suitcase, which is great! I also ordered a couple of southwest travel books... add that to our giant library which we've borrowed from friends. It's definitely getting exciting and intense.

    I'm also starting to make ...