Concord's Colonial Inn

48 Monument Square, Concord, Massachusetts, 01742, United States | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 48 Monument Square, Concord, is near Orchard House, Concord Museum, Ralph Waldo Emerson House, and The Old Manse.
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    Travel Blogs from Concord

    Boston in the Fall

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 10, 2013

    19 photos

    ... and where we should have made a turn instead of straight down that little path. So we went back the way we came arguing about who was right. Then a trip around that area enjoying the changing colors. Later out to dinner and we decided to try ‘Laurie’s 9:09’ at the train station. They have live music and a large bar area. The food was so-so and the music was Blues tonight- a bit loud but still enjoyable. It is an open mic thing so anyone can ...

    Boston (bawsten) at last!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Jul 08, 2013

    28 photos

    ... a couple of days. This is exactly what happened on the Contiki tour I did in Europe 10 years ago. At least you're not overwhelmed trying to get to know nearly 50 people from the beginning! Looks like a pretty varied group do far, with people from South Africa, New Zealand, California, a couple from Boston, and the rest Aussies from Sydney, Tasmania and Canberra. Everyone is older than me, that's good for my ego! Most are on travels combining several tours back to back. It ...

    The Last Hurrah

    A travel blog entry by janetandbobby on Mar 14, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... great for seeing the route on paper, but hard to adjust to after using the larger scale maps of recent weeks.

    Much of the time we walked on leaves and roots and stones - so much melting since the foot of snow just a week ago!

    Not far along the path we came to the northeast end of Fairyland Pond, a delightful, man-made pond and once the playground ...

    We liked Boston, but wish we'd had more time

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 26, 2013

    41 photos

    ... here, so turned back to find a Subway Station, possibly at the Boston Bruins Stadium, so we could get to Harvard University. The staff at North Station were remarkably helpful, and we rapidly acquired two $2.50 tickets and instructions to take the orange line to Downtown Crossing and change to the red line for Harvard. The connections were quick, and in no time we were in the centre of Cambridge looking for Harvard University, not realising it was all around us.

    Simon WIllard Woods and Egg Rock

    A travel blog entry by janetandbobby on Feb 14, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the Old Rail Trail. Thirteen of us in all!

    Very soon the trail swung east and the ground leveled out along the railroad right of way. Easy going, except for the narrow path set down by walkers and skiers since last weekend's storm. Most of us walked alongside the tracks - very crunchy at this point, hard to hear anyone speaking.