Extended Stay America - Boston - Tewksbury

Address: 1910 Andover Street, Tewksbury, Massachusetts, 01876, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1910 Andover Street, Tewksbury, is near Boott Cotton Mills Museum, Lowell National Historical Park Visitors Center, Public Health Museum, and Eastern Canal Park.
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Travel Blogs from Tewksbury

Nine countries in Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 30, 2014

104 photos

... town is 99% Muslim. There are many trees and the area just looks more prosperous. Our hotel here is Hilton Garden Inn Istanbul Golden Horn, and you need to use door cards to operate the elevator and the electricity. We have a great view out our 5th floor hotel window of the river and a part of the town. The room is smallest yet and has twin beds. It has rained all day so hoping for better tomorrow. Our dinner was another good buffet – have eaten a ...

The trip begins - Boston!

A travel blog entry by lara.eric.cam on Aug 04, 2014

10 photos

... morning thanks to jet lag so Eric sussed an excellent coffee shop and we were there when they opened their doors at 7am. We decided to tackle the 3 mile Freedom Trail - walking with a guide book. Cameron walked nearly all of it and back again with only a few shoulder rides, we were very impressed. The Freedom trail covers all the main sights in Boston related to the revolution that led to the independence of America from Britain. ...

Game 23: Torn

A travel blog entry by pattycake_4 on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... left field. Many batting practice balls crashed off it, one even knocking out a panel in the and run scoreboard. The field level seats are again reminiscent of Wrigley. There are support beams that obstruct the view from some seats and it is low sloping and a long way from the field to the back of the sections. The outfield dimensions are very irregular but don't jump out the way I thought they might. The Bermuda Triangle of center field ...

Everyone stay calm! No one panic!

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 25, 2014

4 photos

... getting onto .co.uk sites and accepting my passwords it just wouldn't load. When I finally got to the login page I managed to get my login details wrong and have to email myself a reset! Then it was back to square one and trying to get onto the site- I was briefly allowed onto the site and reset my password before the server crashed again! By this point I was fed up. I tried to take a break and FaceTime a few friend but rather conveniently FaceTime had ...

More Than a Feeling

A travel blog entry by eddemer on Mar 18, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... those associated with the war of independence. The freedom trail didn't disappoint. Although it did make me realise how poor my knowledge of American history. I guess we Brits don't like to think about that episode as much as the Americans do...

Speaking of which, one thing I have realised about this trip is how warped British perceptions of its history is. Michael Gove being a textbook **** of an example. Everyone I've met, from a diverse range ...