Extended Stay America Boston-Danvers

102 NEWBURY ST, Danvers, Illinois, 09123, United States | Hotel
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London

A travel blog entry by salinatravels on Sep 11, 2014

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... t see them all to confirm the numbers but we toured the "state rooms " including the throne room and several magnificent ballrooms. The queen does not live here, this is where she holds state functions, she lives at Windsor Castle, probably not enough bathrooms at the palace . I attended a mock trial between an American contingent and a British contingent. For four hours they tried a sexual harassment case to a jury. One of the ...

The last day

A travel blog entry by jsbengel on Aug 02, 2014

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... Ala and i did some praying there. After getting back on the bus, we had a different emcee who was a goofball. He had a silly Pee Wee Herman laugh, drove the bus like a taxi driver in NYC and kept pointing out each of the Dunkin Donuts that were around. He had some good info, but was a bit crass. We got off at the point where we started and felt that we had a good survey of the town. The girls then went shopping for awhile and Chase and i went back ...

Day 2- Harvard and Quincy.

A travel blog entry by courtneyhoward on Jun 12, 2014

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... pointed it out to me. I continued walking around town, there wasn't much I could do. Except laugh. I became that guy who chuckled at his chips yesterday. That made it look like I was eccentric and not an idiot who hadn't realised she had two different shoes on. I eventually brought flip flops and changed into them. Also, following the theme of irony, there are hundreds of "No Smoking" signs in certain areas of the city. Everytime I walk past one, there ...

National Memorial Day

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 26, 2014

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... s Hill. This is where, in June 1775, what is now known as the battle of Bunker Hill occurred. The British troops attached the fortifications on Breed's Hill. The revolutionist were able to repel two attacks if the British soldiers before eventually succumbing to the third attack; though the British army won the battle their loses were immense which encouraged further armed resistance from the patriots. Today there is a huge monument that looks something like Cleopatra's needle. ...

Last Day in Boston

A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 12, 2014

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... the start of the Revolutionary War with Great Britian. You start in a room modeled after the old south meeting house where "Samuel Adams" convinces you that we need to throw the British tea overboard tonight. After everyone yells their "Fies" and "Hazzaus" (No and Yes) we board a "British" ship to throw the tea overboard and then go below deck to see what the quarters would be like. Below deck it is very cramped and small. The "tea" is fairly light and tied with rope so you ...