Monticello Motel

Address: 90 Worcester Road (Route 9), Framingham, Massachusetts, 01702, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 90 Worcester Road (Route 9), Framingham, is near North Bridge, The Discovery Museums, Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, and Mount Misery.
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      Coast of Maine to Boston, "The City on the Hill."

      A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 11, 2014

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      ... to impress us, as well.

      Next stop: Cape Neddick Lighthouse, "Nubble Light," so nicknamed because it was built on a nub of land at York Beach, ME. Its first lighting was in 1879 and it is one of the most photographed lighthouses in New England, we were told.

      Our tour director put on a DVD called "The Founding Fathers" and I shared some of my humorous facts about colonial America.


      "I roam around, around, around."

      A travel blog entry by sam_i_am on May 16, 2014

      6 comments, 16 photos

      ... the fastest writer, and I have a tendency to agonize over every word before I post, 2) I didn't have internet at my last hotel, and 3) Sorting through pictures takes FOREVER.

      Guess how many pictures I've taken since I left? The prize for the winner is... absolutely nothing! C'mon guys, guess. Place your vote by the time the buzzer sounds.


      A Brief & Recent History of Africa

      A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

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      ... wars and conflicts.

      Regardless, what all of you are probably wondering, is the storied history of the four countries where I'll be traveling. Tanzania, which I mentioned in the British section, pursued a project of mass "villagization" through Ujamaa under Julius Nyerere. That term is actually still used in America's version of Kwanzaa, described as collective and shared economic abundance. Malawi for a longtime was ruled ...

      "I close my eyes and I drift away..."

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 05, 2013

      ... home. His hostel however is on the other side of town so I dunno if we'll catch up again. We didn't go to any local pubs but caught the tube to Cambridge, which is the Harvard/MIT side of town. Funny how I've had to travel the world to get to Cambridge when I never got around to it when I lived an hour away. The first bar we went to was of course Irish. We got talking to an Aussie girl, Alicia, a Germ, Ann and an Aussie guy Tom amongst others. The Aussies are travellers ...

      Back to Boston.

      A travel blog entry by jonparker on Jun 07, 2013

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      ... some were acting the fool! Again, we were tuckered out and fell asleep as soon as we got to the hotel and had hot showers. The next morning was our flight back home and back to reality. Our road trip around New England was at an end. We visited many new places and discovered there were quiet a few we'd love to come back and spend more time exploring. Boston, Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, The White Mountains of New Hampshire, Burlington, Vermont--we will see you ...