Hampton Inn - Haverhill

106 Bank Road, Haverhill, Massachusetts, 01832, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 106 Bank Road, Haverhill, is near Ski Bradford, Methuen Memorial Music Hall, Pitcher Mountain, and Tattersall Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Haverhill

    Last day in Beantown

    A travel blog entry by andrewcockerill on May 27, 2014

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    ... Impressive is the best way to describe it. Old school buildings set among sprawling lawns. Just stunning. It looked like they were setting up for their graduation as there would have been in excess of two thousand chairs being set up, and more PA equipment and Jumbo screens than the MCG. The students doing the valedictory speeches and class speeches were all doing their rehearsals. They sounded pretty witty (I came here for the John Adams, and stayed for the ...

    Day 3: BC, BU and Northeastern

    A travel blog entry by kpincus on Apr 22, 2014

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    Day 3: We are off to see several colleges in and around Boston. Kids are rested and ready to go. Boston College - Jesuit school Stunning and pristine campus in the heart of Chestnut Hill. The grounds are meticulous and buildings look like a beautifully manicured English manor. What's it like? Students are clearly athletically minded. Lots of running shorts, sports and active wear adorn the students. If you are looking for a liberal arts school with a business focus ...

    Take Five!

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 15, 2014

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    ... was time for the last class of the day; biostatistics. This class too was given in quite a big lecture hall with an estimated 50 other students. So far I can not say I find the course very enjoyable, but I have to admit that it seems very useful and that the professor tries really hard to keep everyone entertained, which I highly appreciate.

    By now I have had all my classes once and again, I am very satisfied with the five courses (plus lab course) that I am enrolled in. I ...

    Day 1 - Boston Airport

    A travel blog entry by evie033 on Oct 31, 2013

    ... to catch trains and lug cases too far, only too the boot of the car. Will definitely come back, if funds allow. Would like to visit Canada Quebec and other areas and sneak in the fall foliage I missed this time. Having said that we did see fall foliage, but that that spectacular clolour every raves about and that I have seen in magazines. Still we saw more colour here than I would have seen back ...

    B Town

    A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Aug 07, 2013

    75 photos

    ... history, many famous graduates (including Obama, JFK, Bill Gates & Mark Zuckerberg) and some absolutely beautiful buildings.

    Later that evening we met up with my friend Kristen who I met travelling around New Zealand – we had some drinks in a bar looking out to sea, and she gave us the inside track on Boston life and showed us around her office which had a great view of the Boston skyline! We ended the night with pizza at the famous Quincy ...