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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November in Boston

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Nov 30, 2014

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... from the beach!!! He was there with a new girlfriend, a monthly thing, and we couldn’t believe he had spotted us! Then found they had been in the same movie! There were only about 20 people there for the 4 pm showing. We talked a bit in the 30 degree weather and then drove on to meet Kenny and take him for Pizza at the Brown Jug. A mt climbing friend of Phils owns it but I have never seen him there, but tonight he was and we talked a bit-it was very ...

Afterthoughts of the Gala

A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on Oct 01, 2014

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... Any doubt that I may have had was washed away
with pure determination to succeed and make a difference while I’m out there. That
night really shaped my views on whom I’m working with and what I will be doing.

I could repeat this a million times but there is no other group that I would rather
grow with.

Saturday was the big day, the 5th annual gala! This was the day that Lindsey, Justin
and many others have been working countless hours on. ...

Heading home

A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 14, 2014

... right to our gate. There was already a huge line of people waiting to check in. We went through ANOTHER security checkpoint - checking passports and boarding passes - and the passengers were separated. Those of us with US passports were sent through but the guy in front of us who was coming from Israel was sent to another security desk. Really they were taking no chances!

Our passes were checked one more time before we got on the bus to take ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jul 18, 2014

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... on board said it was 33-0 against British ships. Nonetheless, it kicked ass. The ship is still in good shape. I liked the fact that we can go under the deck and on the deck. A lot of the ship is still accessible to tourist, which is great. A 5 minute up the hill is the Bunker Hill Monument. This monument was made to commemorate the Battle at Bunker Hill. From here, we hopped on a subway and went to Copley Square. A one way pass on the subway ...

National Memorial Day

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 26, 2014

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... on Dallas as she explained that Dallas (as it's a city) is great for those who are really into bars and trance music! (Not me!) she explained that if you were looking for the 'cowboy' Texas there is a town 20 miles south to go to. However Kara explained that were it up to her she would recommend Austin, Texas. It is big into its art and everyone is extremely friendly....apart from when they're driving! I chatted away to Kara for the rest of our breakfast and by the end she ...