TownePlace Suites Boston North Shore/Danvers
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Travel Blogs from Danvers
... walk the streets unharnessed. It's also in the most progressive state in USA. The suburb where my hostel was located, South End, has wide streets lined with oak trees in front of brownstone terraces, it's really very beautiful. A word of advice though, the subway is best to get around. If you do walk have a map as there is no logic to the plan of Boston City, it's a maze of crooked streets which you can easily get lost in...makes for some ...
... car is basically a bus designed to look like a tram according to the strictest of ye olde-fashioned antiques shoppe principles.
Mrs Henry and I didn’t know that Provincetown was the sort of town that stretched to a trolley car operation, but it obviously did. What we also didn’t know was that Provincetown has historical claims, hotly disputed by the town of Plymouth, which has the same claims, hotly disputed by Provincetown, relating to the arrival of ...
... there, up Newbury Street, which the guidebook describes as stylish (read "expensive). It's a long terrace of shops, again in old red brick, behind trees and set back from the road on broad pavements. The buildings are all similar enough for you to know you're near Harvard, but different enough to be interesting to walk along, although none of the shops or cafes looked "student amenable".
From Newbury St. I hit up the historic Copley square. In one corner ...
... by their hospitality. It makes such a difference when travelling to stay in such loving environments at times, I am truly grateful for the love they showered me with...They loved giving me insights into Indian culture and I had so much fun with them, singing and dancing, watching bollywood movies, tasting new foods, visiting their friends and family, visiting temples and of course, trying a sari and mehandi tattoos for the first time....although the waiting two hours for the ...
We went through security and check in with no problems. My PacSafe knapsack was searched. TSA said something about the search being part of training. We will be boarding in about an hour. I really wanted an aisle seat and was given a seat in the middle of the row. The ticket agent became ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking