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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Travel Blogs from Peabody
... Arietta exited and acknowledged the crowd with a wave of his hat. So with the no-hitter broken up I know could root for the Sox in earnest. Unfortunately they managed only one more hit and lost 2-0. The trip back to my car was a much longer and hotter ordeal as everyone and their dog that rode the T all headed to one station to catch their train. It was a sauna in the station and of course my train was the last to arrive and was fairly ...
... were studying on the grass and resting against the trees. The red brick buildings were bathing in the sun against a bright blue sky and needless to say we had a little photo-shoot with this beautiful scenery in the background. However, we all agreed that Boston College is still the number one when it comes to breathtaking campuses. When we had strolled around the campus for long enough we went to get a coffee at Harvard Square. We found a nice spot where ...
... Perfect right!! Once we got to South Station in Boston we grabbed a tour trolley (upper decker style so you sit up very nicely) and took the entire loop to get acclimated to Boston and decide what we wanted to see over the next 3 days. We bought the 3 day on/off trolley ticket so you can get off throughout the city at any of their 21 stops. Thought that would be the easiest way to get around..well if you stay on the trolley for the entire tour it is a 2 ½ hour ...
... city is close and clean and really quite quiet. I had a much dimmer view of it before I got there and if I had to drive in every day that would wear on me but living downtown were everything is in walking or biking distance - hmm that maybe I could get used to. Does seem to be more expensive though. We got on The Freedom Trail and started to follow. That is really done well for any that are ...
... 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 ...