The Warren Conference Center And Inn

Address: 529 Chestnut Street, Ashland, Massachusetts, 01721, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 529 Chestnut Street, Ashland, is near Jordan's Furniture.
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      Heading home

      A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 14, 2014

      ... way. Realizing that all that was over hit me pretty hard when we got to the airport. We were happy to be home and all the little joys that go along with seeing the people we love - the cats looking out the door waiting for us, the feel of our own bed and pillows, brushing our teeth with sink water...and of course football for Roger! There's no doubt that this trip will be one that stays with us and we are already trying to figure out when we can go back.
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      BOSTON:- A great Historic and interesting City.

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Jul 21, 2014

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      ... topped with ground beef and mint as well as pastry shell filled with onions and beef. Served on yogurt and topped with carrots, yellow split peas and beef sauce. Aushak ......Afghan ravioli filled with leeks. Served on yogurt and topped with ground beef and mint. + other delicacies. The food is hot and tasty and I spent a restless night 0915 quaffing water and dream Afghani dreams! CAPE COD - Sunday Sunday: 0700hrs. I have agreed to buy Bagels at Au Bon Pain ...

      Go Red Sox!!!

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 28, 2014

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      ... the beaten track (admittedly a pro and con!!!) 4.) the lazy bones in me would rather follow a map and walk than get to know how to use a foreign transport system! That is something that has really struck me here; reliance in cars! There is not nearly the same infrastructure/consideration made for pedestrians as in London; as soon as you are out of the centre and touristy part of town the roads can only really accommodate cars and buses. But when there's a will, there's a way! ...

      Boston and the Turks

      A travel blog entry by pratthor on Apr 10, 2014

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      ... After lunch, we laid around, trying to avoid direct sun. We did go swimming in the ocean for a rather long-time. I used mask and flippers. I saw a starfish, a pair of sunglasses, which Brent dove for and recovered and a part of a bathing suit or similar thing. The bottom is pure white powdery sand. According to the history lecture we attended after dinner, this beach is the second best in the world. I worked out while Betsy got in line for dinner reservations the ...

      Along the Freedom trail

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

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      ... of Harriet when she announced she could see the whites of my eyes. The British assaulted the hill two times in 1775 before they were able to overrun the fortifications and drive the militiamen from their makeshift fort. The battle that began at dawn lasted until 3:00 PM in the afternoon. The taking of the fortress on Breed’s Hill was at a terrible cost to the British of almost half of their infantry to death and injury. More than 100 Americans were killed and about ...