HYATT house Boston/Burlington

Address: 2 Van De Graaff Drive, Burlington, Massachusetts, 01803, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2 Van De Graaff Drive, Burlington, is near Liberty Ride, Hancock-Clarke House, and Guard Up!.
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    Travel Blogs from Burlington

    New London to Boston

    A travel blog entry by andrewcockerill on May 25, 2014

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    ... treat. The river side area is the Historic part of town so there was plenty to see. We then got back in the car, reprogrammed the GPS and set a course for Boston.
    We pulled into the Hotel here just before 6 so timed it pretty well. Dragged all out supplies up to the room ready for the next three nights here. Just back from Dinner and have a pretty good plan for the next two full days, so should be a lot of fun
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    Boston

    A travel blog entry by ashnloz on Mar 30, 2014

    41 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Along the Freedom trail

    A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

    46 photos

    ... the villages of Lexington and Concord had to protect themselves from the British army that was already occupying Boston. The army left their Boston barracks in the middle of the night in a forced march of approximately 20 miles to the villages of Lexington and Concord. They had hoped to surprise the residents and capture the caches of weapons before they could be moved. But the signal from the Old North Church alerted Paul Revere, a patriot from Boston, and he rode all night ...

    Ranger Mike

    A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Jul 19, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... social and political change, the assassination 'section' was brief yet moving and there wasn't a whiff of Marilyn anywhere, not even on an egg cup in the shop. The contemporary architecture of the museum and its views across the Islands was worth the visit alone. We returned to the North End of town to make a mess with a succulent peach and Italian sandwich, before wandering around an eighteenth century graveyard overlooking Boston ...

    July 4th in Boston

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2013

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    ... arrived home we showered and headed to Melissa’s for dinner-but she was closed tonight-not sure why. On to Melrose to Sterns and Hill for a so-so dinner. Home to watch news on the plane that crashed in SF.

    July 7th Sunday- Up to an overcast sky, but warm out, actually muggy and miserable. Plan was for the beach but decided it was just too muggy to enjoy it and stayed home. I spent at least an hour in the tub soaking and enjoying it. Have ...