Holiday Inn Boston-Dedham Hotel & Conference Center
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... my mobile phone, which is good We looked around the market stalls, and there were kids playing in the fountains all along the harbour and the Rose Kennedy Greenway which is beautiful. Then into the main Quincy Market buildings and watched the buskers and had a walk around. Had lunch at Ned Devine's pub, upstairs, and it was a relief to get away from the masses of people down below in the food hall - it was so busy and hot in there !! And outside where people ...
... 160; Many famous people have lived in this hotel including John Wilkes Booth, Edgar Allen Poe and his mother, Charles Dickens, Steven King, and many others. A room on the 13th floor has had many horrible events occur including murders, suicides, heart attacks and unknown deaths totaling over 57 occurrences. Today this room has been boarded up and sheet rock has been put over the door, preventing anyone from going ...
... is also really busy with lots going on each day; it has a really great community vibe. I think England's university system is so flawed compared, I actually feel cheated. The campus is filled with very diverse and different buildings; some are bright colours and rounded, some are grand and some look slightly more industrial. These were surrounded by patches of greenery and trees covered with coloured ribbons. It was spread over a larger area due to the amount of students and, in ...
... The first one was the IA, or International Assistant, gathering. Every international student gets assigned a Boston College student whom they can ask anything and who is there to help them find their way around BC. I already met my IA, Lisa, last week, when we got to know each other over lunch. The Monday night get together was meant to also get to know other IA’s and the exchange students they were paired up with. All the students were divided into groups of about ...
When we were planning our trip, we discovered that Boston hotels are expensive. We originally thought there may have been some kind of event on, but could not find anything listed. We thought about Hostels, but some of the group weren't too keen. Then we found AirBnB, and two reasonably priced apartments in the same building in the North End, which is the Italian neighbourhood ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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