Courtyard by Marriott Boston Natick

Address: 342 Speen Street, Natick, Massachusetts, 01760, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 342 Speen Street, Natick, is near Jordan's Furniture, Lookout Farm, New England Wild Flower Society Garden in the Woods, and 5-WiTS.
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      Travel Blogs from Natick

      The Freedom Trail

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 17, 2014

      48 photos

      We woke up the next morning, ready to take on Boston! We brought the Westy back to the garage for its check up and then went to the library to do a little bit of work before heading into Boston. We took the train right into the heart of the city which was so much easier then driving, took the same amount of time and cost the same as parking. We started our tour of the city at the Boston Common and the Public Gardens. The gardens are really pretty, covered in weeping willow ...

      Welcome to America

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jul 21, 2014

      16 photos

      ... this was disappointing as we were planning to get a little bit dressed up for the evening but couldn’t. To get the show we had to either take a taxi or a train uptown. Given the traffic was crazy busy, we decided the subway was a better option. After battling with one of the ticket machines which for some reason kept thinking we were giving it $100 notes, we were on our way towards the New World Stages and the night’s production of 'iLuminate’. ...

      National Memorial Day

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 26, 2014

      55 photos

      ... governor would read out the new laws that had been made in Britain and were to be enforced in the colonies. Once the Deceleration of Independence was signed in 1776, a copy was taken from Philadelphia and read out from the same balcony. Bostonian were of course ecstatic and went about the city destroying and burning any remnants of the British Monarchy. The 'Kings Street' and 'Queens street' signs were torn down and burnt to be replaced. On top of the roof of the Old State ...

      The First Few Days at Boston College

      A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 14, 2014

      14 photos

      ... which was right around the corner. The historic Faneuil Hall, along with the three long granite buildings that make up Quincy Market, served as the center of the city’s produce and meat industry for almost 150 years. In the 1970s the old buildings were redeveloped into today’s touristy shopping and eating center, so it still serves the original purpose, albeit with a modern touch. Happy that we found a place to shelter we started to look around and ...

      Freedom isn't free - Follow the Red Brick Road

      A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Sep 23, 2013

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... from Bowdoin was to meet us for lunch so we stopped at Hennesy's an Irish pub place near Quincy market for a drink and to await her arrival. We tried the Shipyard Pumpkinhead again and apparently they do this cinnamon & sugar rim everywhere...but the guy somehow forgot the sugar so it was just the cinnamon...no good.

      Steph found us...hurrah! and now it was time to make our way to the North End. (Just like San Fran's North ...