Extended Stay America - Boston - Danvers
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Travel Blogs from Danvers
... the first night, Danielle, Caitlin, Bridget, Melissa and I went to "Midway cafe" which is a gay bar doing queer-aoke.. Wow there were a few sights in there, Danielle and I had a dance lesson from a crack head in a tie-die onesie... We also cheered on an old man transvestite with a balding head... Then Danielle did the "daddy dance" for everyone which was just lovely! As mentioned on my Facebook I was talking to a weirdo Canadian about all things Canadian that came into my ...
... the food was outstanding, and several of the serve staff came to chat with us, then they brought the owners to our table to introduce us and it was just such a fun place.
Arrived in the dark at Tom and Ingrid's but they were so welcoming and we stayed up 'til nearly midnight visiting and getting to know each other.
... League atmosphere and battled with tour groups for a photo with John Harvard himself.
Losing Amanda, Charlie and I sat outside on the street eating pizza and iced tea, before heading to Monument Park, hoping for great views over the city. Unfortunately, the torrential rain that had been following us around the US ...
I'm not going to write to much on my speil today because I wrote a lot in the photo descriptions. Ok I pulled a lot of history off Wikipedea. However, Marcelo and I enjoyed our day romping around Boston. Harvard is definitely worth seeing.. We took a free tour (though donations are encouraged) with a tour group which use Harvard Students as their guides. We really enjoyed it as the guide was charismatic and had lots of funny stories about the University and her History. ...
... rain stopped, we walked past plenty of flash houses on Commonwealth Ave, through the botanical gardens, past the famous swan paddle boats, then along historical Charles St.
At the end of Charles St we jumped on a packed train towards Harvard, where we walked through famed Harvard Yard and rubbed the foot on the statue of John Harvard for good luck. Afterwards ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed