Extended Stay America - Boston - Peabody
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Boston - Peabody
Travel Blogs from Peabody
... having some of everything,
including art from all eras and all parts of the world. It seems especially
strong on antiquities and European impressionist through modern art. The
collection of American art is also especially large with more works by John
Singleton Copley and John Singer Sargent than any other museum.
... experiences, like exploring Boston before Camp. Went outside to watch a busker play the pots and pans, surrounded by school children dancing along. Then I did some window shopping and uh, well I seriously hadn't noticed until this point. I was wearing two different shoes. This morning on skype, I put them on to ask Mum which I should wear. I had decided on my runners, but I instantly forgot that I still had to trade my pink one. So yeah, no one had ...
... a guided tour to see inside. We got some great views of the stadium from the original wooden bleachers. Lauren was particularly interested in the press box, Ash enjoying the view of the field from atop the "Green Monster", a huge green wall at the end of centre field stopping balls from going out of the stadium if hit well enough! Being the 1st of April, on the streets we had some April fools pranks tried on us. Some local kids asked "can I borrow your jacket" on this freezing ...
... American Fortifications on Breed’s Hill. Today the only British here were tourist visiting the city. Just ahead of us, down the trail and street that we were walking was the Old North Church. Towering above the church was it steeple. This was the point where the signal was given alerting several patriots of an armed British incursion from Boston into the neighboring villages of Lexington and Concord. British Loyalist had told the British Army of secret caches of ...
... multimedia presentation there at the visitors center and Christa even said if history class had been like that she would have loved it. After that we stopped in at the Saugus Ironworks National Historic Site. As somewhat of a foundryman I thought this was a great piece of history, a depiction of one of the oldest waterwheel forges. After that we got our room at our hotel but before going to the room we headed ...