Wylie Inn and Conference Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWylie Inn and Conference Center Beverly
Nice Clean Hotel. Room was a little small but we were only there one evening. No breakfast included but what can you expect when you were able to get it for $69.00 including taxes and service cost from Skyauction.com
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... excursion on time he pulled out 4 VIP tender passes. Even with these passes we were just 15 minutes early before our trolley tour of Acadia National Park.
> Acadia National Park, was the first national Park East of the Rocky Mountain. The park was established mainly by private donation of property from wealthy people such as the Rockefellers. Our 2 1/2 scenic ride was full of beautiful sites. They took us to the tallest mountain, ...
... forward to a time when we are able to hang out for a longer period of time.
Sitting on the top deck of the ferry, in the open with the sea air, I know I will sleep well tonight. I had a great adventure and it was just what I needed. It is also what life is all about.
I know the rest of my trip will be different from this portion and that;s ok. This was a great way to start. Very relaxed and chill
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This year, my celebration of the King's birthday was slightly different from previous years. Instead of partying at the King’s Day festival in Amsterdam, I brought King’s Day to Boston College! Together with Remco, Karel and Maxime – the other Dutch exchange students – we decided to introduce the BC students to some Dutch culture and one of the weirdest parties of The Netherlands. We had been organizing this for quite a while and ...
... the 294 steps of the Bunker hill monument for a slightly foggy view of Boston. Felt the effects of that for a few days! To reward myself for such exertions I returned to Quincy market to try out the lobster roll this time and was not disappointed! That night I met up with Hui and another couchsurfer for dinner at a great little Italian for yet more lobster! After dinner Hui accompanied me as we walked around Boston and crossed the river to the MIT buildings. We managed to get ...
... that lovely surprise i walked to Charles River and sat on a big old reclining chair on a floating harbour with a hot 28 C to keep me warm. I ate my last muffin and did a few drawings and then headed home where I have met someone from the UK who has been travelling for 18mths... we have just had a nice old English chat... Anyway off to Cape Cod tomorrow... Hope you are all fine and will write soon. Love ally ...