Concord's Colonial Inn

Address: 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

      Final Drive Day

      A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 10, 2014

      26 photos

      ... we are in downtown Boston checking into our hotel adjacent to Boston Commons park. We checked in and relaxed for a little while before setting out to enjoy the beautiful sunny day. We walked through Boston Common towards the Back Bay & Prudential Center areas. Stopping in a few shops just browsing. Eventually we came to the Finish Line of the Boston Marathon. We stopped by Marathon Sports, right were one of the bombs went off ...

      Day 1 - Boston Airport

      A travel blog entry by evie033 on Oct 31, 2013

      ... to catch trains and lug cases too far, only too the boot of the car. Will definitely come back, if funds allow. Would like to visit Canada Quebec and other areas and sneak in the fall foliage I missed this time. Having said that we did see fall foliage, but that that spectacular clolour every raves about and that I have seen in magazines. Still we saw more colour here than I would have seen back ...

      B Town

      A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Aug 07, 2013

      75 photos

      ... ship was really interesting and there was a great museum to accompany it too.

      We then continued on to the end of the Freedom Trail to Bunker Hill. Bunker Hill was a famous battle during the war of American Independence where the British sailed across the Charles River and stormed the hill held by the rebels. After two unsuccessful assaults, the British finally took the hill but lost half their men in battle. It was a very small victory for the ...

      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 ...

      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.
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