Hampton Inn - Haverhill
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn - Haverhill
Travel Blogs from Haverhill
A busy 12 hour day touring in the city. We started in the North end at Charlestown Navy yard and toured the USS Cassin Young - destroyer and Old Ironsides the USS Constitution and museum. Then off to the Science Museum for the afternoon. Liked Hall of human body, grossology, and saw electricity show with Tesla Coils.
Ended a fun day with a Duck tour of Boston streets ...
... also stocked up on university apparel. Sweatshirt, T-Shirts, Sweatpants. When I'm back people will really think that I studied at Suffolk. I just love the mornings seeing all the freshman. They are all here for their orientation and it's nice to remember my first times. Probably many of these young people are away from home the first time in their lives.
A few are ready to go home. I'm also looking forward to sleeping in my own bed again. My back hurts ...
... small, so if I try to use it, various pieces of me stick out of the water (usually my knees and my chest; it's so uncomfortable). This one was a really deep tub that was long enough for me to stretch my legs out completely or bend them if I wanted to without putting my knees above the water. It was great in theory...
So anyways, what did I learn today?
1) The statue of John Harvard on the Harvard campus bears a plaque that reads John Harvard, ...
... and hastily bought for the evening game on theses grounds.
Harvard was a nice place, not as nice as Oxford though! We saw John Harvard's statue some uni halls and a few other bits. Perhaps we'd have got a bit more out of our wander with a map or some information!
As the weather was nice we thought we'd walk back next to the river, which was stunning at dusk. As we crossed the ...
... one are you going on?”
Mrs Henry showed the hand-out of the company we had selected, or rather, the company that got to us first, because Mrs Henry reasons that they must be the keenest and given that the sights don’t vary from company to company, what’s the point in agonising.
“Do you think they’re bedder? Why do you think they’re bedder? What if they’re not bedder?”
Sometimes I think that Old Mr ...