The Prescott International Hotel and Hostel

Address: 36 Church Street, Everett, Massachusetts, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 36 Church Street, Everett, is near Frontstreet, Scuba Fun Dive Center, Prickly Pear, and St. Maarten Museum.
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      Episode 2: Freedom Trail and beyond!

      A travel blog entry by ameski18 on Dec 15, 2009

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      Good morning. Well since leaving the Prescott hotel and our private room, we've struggled to find free wi-fi throughout the streets of New York. But here I am Blog 2! Well I think we pretty much covered Boston over the 5 day's we spent there. We started at Harvard University - home to the Crimson and the slightly well educated. We had now managed …

      The Portuguese Playground

      A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Apr 18, 2014

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      ... I inflated my yoke, I mean neck support, and wore it backward because it prevents one from rocking forward and causing unnecessary whiplash. The last thing I saw where the dinners in plastic trays being handed out, and that was that. Now, after having taken an 11-hour flight to Japan, any other flight seems short. Before I knew it, my ears were popping and we were descending into the Azores first thing the next morning.


      Top universities

      A travel blog entry by bulaska on Oct 06, 2013

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      ... are for free. We happened to be in Boston during the government shutdown, so we couldn't visit anything government-owned as some of the monuments or the very first navy ship.

      Boston is a very walkable city. It also has its promenade called Newbury Street where all the fancy shops are located. Very nice is also the Beacon Hill . It's quite steep and badly lit but the houses there are small and sweet - I really wish I could live in one ...

      First Impressions

      A travel blog entry by lisabskelton on Aug 28, 2013

      ... that I had an absolute blast seeing the court houses and other landmarks featured in the show. 500 Boylston Street is the mother of all Boston Legal landmarks, the office" of 'Crane, Poole & Schmidt'. This building is stunning! Striking lines, glass, the fountains and lamps in the courtyard... the building is spectacular! I spent a good 1/1.5hrs hanging around the building and it's courtyard. I must have shot it from every angle... I know, I have a problem. First day ...


      A travel blog entry by thomas54 on Nov 02, 2012

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      ... Just down the road we found ourselves at the park with the squirrels, ducks, swans and serenity. From here we have walked these pavements several times and easily able to find a subway station and make our way home. Time to pack for the next leg. New York, New ...

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