Element Lexington

Address: 727 Marret Rd - B, Lexington, Massachusetts, 02421, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 727 Marret Rd - B, Lexington, is near Minute Man National Historical Park, Liberty Ride, Buckman Tavern, and Hancock-Clarke House.
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    The process…...

    A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Aug 11, 2014

    ... I almost gave up on the whole thing. In fact, for that day I did.

    Being that the next day was Saturday, I gave myself a pass for the weekend and I resumed tackling this stupid process on Monday. I got in touch with the clinic in WI, letting them know that the wording was not right for the consulate and needed a whole new one, checked back into REV.com for translation and made copies right away of my passport… AND EVERY OTHER DOCUMENT x5. Just kidding on ...

    A Brief & Recent History of Africa

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

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    ... of the fledgling countries. Some countries took disastrous turns, like the CAR or Gabon, where rulers were brutal and amassed personal fortunes, not to mention ruthlessly stifling any dissent. Other countries, like Togo, had rulers who were in power for more than 30 years and were considered the proverbial dinosaurs of Africa. France continues to be involved today in many of the affairs of its former colonies, deploying troops to Mali ...

    The shot heard round the world

    A travel blog entry by bobstacytrips on Oct 07, 2013

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    ... Tavern and the Munroe Tavern. All are important buildings in the development of the beginning of the American Revolution. We also saw the Minuteman Monument drove through parts of the Minuteman National Park. We were advised not to stop and hike around, as the rangers were kicking people out.
    Tomorrow we head to Boston for a 7 night stay. ...

    Say hello to the green monster

    A travel blog entry by definaclan on Sep 14, 2013

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    ... beautiful. With a courtyard to rival the best and the interior of the building was more like a museum.  back to the station and there was a church with lots of ribbons tied to the fence and the street was vaguely familiar then it hit, this was the location of the bombing.  There is really only one question - why?   Then it was off to the ball game,  getting excited as there are all these people with Red Sox gear on and the train is pretty pack.  No ...

    Seriously, it's only been 12 days?

    A travel blog entry by jeffandbecky on Jun 25, 2013


    ... also has amazing views of the whole of Manhatten. After this we went to Prospect Park. Apparently it's not just the names of our towns that they borrow, though admittedly their Prospect Park is much nicer than ours! We also realised that New Yorkers have a lot more friends than us - there were groups of 20-30 people all over the park.

    In the evening David introduced us to the best place ever. Three words: pulled, pork, BBQ. Another three words: pay by ...