Residence Inn Boston Dedham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was the Boston Common. Puritans established the Common in 1634, making it the oldest public park in America. Walking back to Faneuil Hall, we passed a Starbucks with a steaming teapot. The steam is supplies from the underground heating system and any business on that site must continue the tradition of the steaming teapot. Our day was cool, cloudy, and windy at times but no rain. Back on the Regatta, we resumed our ...
Whoops! Somehow dates are out. Today is Tuesday. Walked from our hotel (Midtown) to Symphony Hall just 5 mins away for a great concert with the BSO. Symphony Hall was built around 1900 and is the permanent of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. It has a very high ceiling and very old seats with ...
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Well, we all knew it would happen. The first set back of freshman year!
I set out this weekend on sorority recruitment. Wow was it overwhelming. It is essentially glorified speed dating, talking to multiple people from each houses, trying to make the best impression possible before you are shuffled along to the next room. It is a lot of smiling and small ...
... I also walked back from Harvard after the tour to go by the MIT museum, Fenway park and the prudential tower and when I got back to the hostel the guy at reception had seen me leave for Harvard with the group and so was wondering why I hadn't come back with them- when I told him that I walked back he was so shocked! Everyone seems very fit and I have seen loads of gyms and joggers but no one likes to walk! But I made it to the JFK museum and library; it includes a mile of ...
A lot of historical things happened in Boston, most of which involved Americans fighting with the British, or the British fighting with the Americans.
Whilst taking in the Freedom trail we managed to walk past a good number of cemeteries, and monuments dedicated to the people the British killed. We were even invited by our hosts to watch the ...