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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Cambridge Boxworth
In a land of Bed and Breakfasts and quaint pubs, we spent our first night at the Days Inn outside of Cambridge. It was as one would expect, and was neither more nor less. Well, maybe a bit less. The staff was awesome, the room had walls and the musky smell was...historic. It was an excellent place to stop considering our fatigue. Oh, and they didn't charge us for the third person, so that was a huge positive.
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