Comfort Inn Randolph

Address: 1374 North Main Street, Randolph, Massachusetts, 02368, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1374 North Main Street, Randolph, is near Blue Hills Reservation, Granite Links Golf Club, Boston Irish Famine Memorial, and Blue Hills Ski Area.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Randolph

    Half day classes!

    A travel blog entry by jeffsymms on Jul 18, 2015

    7 photos

    ... myself up to the second floor reading room, a huge space with incredibly high moulded ceilings, long brass-lamped tables and at one end a reading lounge area with wing backed chairs. All totally quiet, the only sounds being the tussling of papers and the occasional footfall of people going to and fro. I took out all my lecture Readings and notes from the morning and worked on the review questions. The studious surrounds had me quite inspired. Later that afternoon I ...


    A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Mar 26, 2015

    4 photos

    ... people are trained to ask). 'Australia,' we say (notice how I'm inserting " " and ' ' in my sentences now since Sioux pointed out I should be) (I've been pretty good with the ( ) though I think) (See, I've just used one then) Americans use a lot of words! (But I'm not sure if they have brackets around them). Why be satisfied with 'Excuse me' when you could say 'Excuse me. I didn't know you were there. I'll get out of your way now. Have a nice day.' You also hear a lot ...


    A travel blog entry by carmandy on Oct 19, 2014

    ... and finishes as a boat going around the harbour. We then visited Quincy Market which is a huge array of different things on sale from Boston trinkets to Christmas decorations followed by a huge food hall. Needless to stay we spent the rest of the afternoon browsing and caught the last bus back to our hotel, passing by Harvard University and MIT (another famous University, ...

    Where everybody knows your name

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 15, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... is flattering but annoying as I didn't have any proof of age on me. He ended up letting us in anyway and we enjoyed a few drinks. Ashleigh's drink literally had more vodka in it than diet coke and after a couple of those we were suitably refreshed (gassed) and made our way back to the digs. We stopped for one more drink at an Irish bar on the way back and as we were leaving a homeless man called Burrell told me he liked my shirt. He has wonderful taste.

    BOSTON:- A great Historic and interesting City.

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Jul 21, 2014

    14 photos

    HISTORY The first settlers of Boston arrived in 1630 (750 colonist) and named the settlement after Boston in Lancashire. The town quickly developed and was almost ignored by Britain until around 1660 when Charles II took control of the New England Colonies. Merchants were then forced to trade exclusively with Britain but smuggling was rife. The colonists were outraged by unfair taxation (without representation) and keen to establish their own rule but ...