Hilton Garden Inn Burlington

Address: 5 Wheeler Road, Burlington, Massachusetts, 01803, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5 Wheeler Road, Burlington, is near Liberty Ride, Buckman Tavern, Hancock-Clarke House, and Guard Up!.
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    Travel Blogs from Burlington

    Sunday 13th trip to Newport

    A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jul 14, 2014

    We got to the bus departure point by 9.15am for the 9.30am departure to Newport and the mansions. There were 28 people on the Greyline bus and we got the seat right behind the driver, which was good because we had a great view of the road ahead. We were on the freeway for a long time until we got to Newport. Our first stop was the Marble House - a mansion with over-the-top decorations and a top spot on ...

    Boston: the sherbet dib dab in my pocket.

    A travel blog entry by isy14 on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... and provided a general feel of what I should expect from Boston. I feel that the Boston experience is going to be less full on and much more historical which is exciting. I felt that New York definitely lacked the cultural, local feel that Boston exudes. I am partaking in a pub crawl organised by the hostel tonight (Friday) which should be fun and hopefully I will meet some people. The pub crawl was amazing; the bars in Boston are quite cheap with cosmos for $9 and lots of ...

    Boston, Massachusetts

    A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Oct 20, 2013

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    ... and women made to guarantee our freedom.

    We spent the rest of the day learning about the events leading up to that shot heard round the world. We followed the path of the retreating Red Coats during the first victory we had over the Crown. We followed the path that Paul Revere road the night he warned the countrysides of the march of the Red Coats. After arriving in the town of Concord, we learned that it was home ...

    Let's go Red Sox!

    A travel blog entry by ab1971 on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... Ruth was traded to their arch rival, the New York Yankees, where he would go on to become a baseball legend and win multiple championships. The drought for the Red Sox became known as the 'curse of the Bambino' and Bostonians believed they were being punished for selling Babe Ruth to their arch-rival. Quite a story and also some great context as I made my way to Fenway ...

    The Incomparable Leah B Graduates...

    A travel blog entry by lrandal on May 20, 2013

    ... a box lunch that included a chocolate elephant (the mascot). Yum! Jerry and I headed back to our hotel for a nap after what seemed like a long and intense day.

    By 6 pm, we re-convened: Leah, Annika, Laura-the-very-accomplished-mom (!), Laura's friend Dennak, a pal of Leah's, and us. The restaurant was in Cambridge, called West Bridge, and it specialized in very uncluttered long tables (they were ...