Super 8 Motel Weymouth

655 Washington St, Weymouth, Massachusetts, 02188, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 655 Washington St, Weymouth, is near Loring Hall, Hancock Cemetery, Braintree Municipal Golf Course, and General Sylvanus Thayer Birthplace.
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    Boston: the sherbet dib dab in my pocket.

    A travel blog entry by isy14 on Apr 24, 2014


    ... and it was so nice getting to know her. She was so good to me; buying me food, taking me out - I really couldn't of asked for a better stay, and she definitely was one of the main reasons. So, I am currently on the megabus back to NYC. After arriving in Boston, I actually felt regret because I hadn't done a lot of my original sightseeing I had planned to do. I had an absolutely amazing time on NYC but I should have stayed there for 2 weeks. So I am going to finish it off! I ...

    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 ...

    Where Everybody Knows Your Name.

    A travel blog entry by ssully on Aug 30, 2013

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    We set out early on Friday morning August 30th. The plan... To begin at its beginning and follow US Route 20 as far west as we could with our allotted time, leaving time to return by the Interstate. Armed with a brand new car with blue tooth, a tablet, a smart phone with sirius/xm radio, a laptop, a GPS, old fashioned printed maps, AAA guidebooks for each state and our Hotwire account we hit the road. The trip began with a great ...

    Overnight in Boston

    A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Jun 20, 2013

    ... were able to choose our dinner from a limited menu given there was 27 of us I understood the difficulty of going totally a la carte. I had a simple Caesar Salad followed by a “black and blue“fillet steak, I had pre ordered the wine a simple Gavi de Gavi from Italy and a curiously named “Decoy” from the Duckhorn vineyard in the Napa valley.

    The salad was somewhat simple and actually lacked any redeeming features ...

    Day 96 - A Boston Tea Party and the Blue Men

    A travel blog entry by antonmarsh on Jan 04, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... we all cheered. The basic idea is that the Sons of Liberation didn't want to pay the taxes on the tea anymore and took a stand by dumping the tea in the harbour in Boston. It lead to the start of the American Revolution. We really enjoyed the tour which ended in Abigail's Tea House with a free tea tasting. We climbed back onto the trolley for our last trip back to the stop closest to our hotel. We highly recommend the trolley tour ...