Nantasket Beach Resort

45 Hull Shore Drive, Hull, Massachusetts, 02045, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 45 Hull Shore Drive, Hull, is near Nantasket Beach, Fort Revere Park, Bumpkin Island, and The T's.
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    Travel Blogs from Hull

    Day 10: Ferries, Subways, and Baseball

    A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... the North End! Tomorrow, I'll be exploring all the delicious restaurants in the North End, but today's schedule was already booked. As I was driving into town yesterday, Aunty Linda texted me, asking if I would like to go to a Red Sox game. Her niece scored some tickets from her coworker, and I happily obliged! I had never been to Fenway, and was going to scalp tickets to the game anyway. Score! Fenway was ...

    Meeting up with the Fleetwoods

    A travel blog entry by heidiskinner73 on Dec 19, 2013

    46 photos

    ... he is pretty funny in his commentary as he takes us on an almost complete loop of the city. We end the tour at stop 1, the Quincy Markets.

    The Quincy Markets have permanent marquees as well as shops in some great old buildings. We grabbed some lunch and the children spot a lolly shop which we visit afterwards. The shop is not huge but does have quite an array of lollies. Ryan got a gobstopper on a stick (yuk) and Belle got some Razzles which she has ...

    Ptown to Hull

    A travel blog entry by nicole.firth.40 on Oct 30, 2013

    5 photos

    ... which had done surprisingly well since the Pilgirms arrived - and a rock with the 1620 date inscribed in it (probably by Pilgrims). There was lots of other old relics to go and look at, which the Pilgrims had set up. There was the first school. The first shop. The first Dunkin' Donuts. A whole host of things the Pilgrims did for the town which more than justified their names on everything.

    We decided that the best thing ...

    "I close my eyes and I drift away..."

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 05, 2013

    ... DC. This one was a lot smaller though. Most of the stuff on the trail is pretty close together, and the whole thing didn't take very long but it was a nice way to get out and see some of the city. The smaller cobbled streets are quite pretty and add character. There was also a little park that talked about the Irish and how they flocked over during the depression. According the fact sheets: "In 1847 alone 37,000 landed in Boston." and "Today 44 million Americans claim ...

    Boston Pops and Sox

    A travel blog entry by only_in_the_usa on Jun 15, 2013

    7 comments, 42 photos

    ... in all a wonderful night and spoilt only by the fact the we both forgot cameras. Dumbos!!

    This is such a beautiful city and has gone past Washington which so impressed us. Such a range of architecture, all living side by side and not really interfering with the aesthetics of each other.
    Sunday, June 16. (America's Fathers Day)

    Made use of the cheap train ticket to get out to Harvard and just wandered around under our own steam rather than ...