Hilton Boston Dedham

Address: 25 Allied Drive, Dedham, Massachusetts, 02026-6147, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 25 Allied Drive, Dedham, is near Blue Hills Reservation, Blue Hills Ski Area, Museum of Bad Art, and Brookmeadow Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Dedham

    Steamboat Springs, CO & Vista Verde Ranch 2015

    A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Feb 17, 2015

    ... anglaise.

    Wednesday morning I had some bacon at the ranch before being driven back to the Sheraton in Steamboat by about 9:45am. I was assigned room 513 which is a studio efficiency/condo. The hotel was sold out for the night so they upgraded my room, otherwise I would have been in a traditional hotel room. The room had a stove, microwave, full size refrigerator and washer/dryer.

    I then met up with my instructor and we walked over ...

    Canada/NE Cruise, Travelogue part two,

    A travel blog entry by prestonstrips on Oct 12, 2014

    ... Boston. I did not realize how far close we were to the Freedom Trail until we happened upon the replica of a British tea ship. Kenneth and Heather were juniors in high school when we took a trip with the teachers of Northern California conference and I insisted that they let me film them throwing the bales of tea overboard. I'm sure you can imagine how much they enjoyed that! We continued up the street among the huge high-rise buildings and ran into the ...

    Freedom Trail ! You better walk!

    A travel blog entry by jetsettermike on Sep 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... thing I didn't care for was the Paul Revere's house and Faneuil Hall.
    For $3.50, you can waste 3.5 minutes of your life. It was a total bore! It's just the colonial style home during the American Revolution. As far as Faneuil Hall, It's now being currently used as a cheesy craft market where you can buy all sorts of overpriced tourist kitsch, obscene t-shirts, and souvenirs.
    On a positive note, the tour does lead the way to finding the best cannoli!

    Walking The Freedom Trail 2014 Style

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 31, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the Treaty of Paris and a Declaration of Independence recognised by the British government; American independence was granted in 1783.

    After taking it so hard up the bunghole it should be crystal why Britain acted so ruthlessly in claiming her consolation prize of 1788. The Great Southern Land. Mobilise the troops and send them to the antipodes. Terra Nullius: Land belonging to no one. Far less complicated than fighting Americans; especially when, technically at least, ...

    The train journey I

    A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 12, 2014

    9 photos

    ... with bag and then drop off car
    Plan B: all go to drop off car and catch taxi to station as time marching on- more traffic more lights

    Reality : Drop keys and leave smartish from hire car place. No cabs. 5 block forced march to station arrive 1135!

    Bit fraught but as coach (read cattle class) are loaded on last we were able to get good seats anyway.

    Journey to Chicago was long. James had downloaded films onto his and my ...