Inn at Ridge

Address: 710 West St, Braintree, Massachusetts, 02184, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located in the Saint-Gilles area of Braintree, is near Blue Hills Reservation, Granite Links Golf Club, Hancock Cemetery, and Boston Irish Famine Memorial.
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Travel Blogs from Braintree

"Children of the revolution" T-Rex

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 13, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... took us to all the notable sights in the city, none of which is photographically stunning. The city makes much of its Revolutionary past and the War of Independence. We Brits don't come in for quite the bashing one would anticipate from the French or the Scots, but since we ended up the losers in the war, it's no surprise. The Trail is about 2.5 miles long (one way) and throughout our trek we were surrounded by a wide array ...

Connolly clan reunion

A travel blog entry by europeandreamin on Oct 06, 2014

... we've been away 30 days. What an adventure.
Monday. Brian drove us to Heathrow airport starting at 8:00. Our flight from London to Atlanta took around 9 hours. We were treated very well.lots of food and free drink on Delta. We had lots of room to stretch out since the plane was only 2/3 full. This time the passengers were seated appropriately around the plane.
We are waiting for our flight to Fort Myers. So, that's all for now. I'll send a final blog from home ...

Human Flourishing in God's Upside Down Kingdom

A travel blog entry by rcc2southafrica on Sep 14, 2014

10 photos

... didn't get into the blog line-up but their insights enriched our dialogue, as did all of the WV staff we met. I can only add that the single most important factor in eradicating injustices like poverty, hunger, disease, gender violence, illiteracy, etc is how we think.

Our journey to South Africa has been a foray into how to think justly. No one argues that humanitarian work is unimportant. We are indeed called to ...

Red Sox and dry feet

A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 05, 2014

16 photos

Sad to leave our lovely bunk room in the International Youth Hostel and set off for another walking route through Boston to Fenway Stadium for the game.

We went through the Formal Gardens of Boston that have bronze Mother duck and ducklings. Toddlers were queueing up by standing over the babies and working up to the mother for the photo opportunity. Ruth was too bashful so mum took her place and got the shot.

Onwards through Back Bay- interesting use ...

Jamacia Plain Congregation

A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jun 08, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... coming into the truth he was shot in the neck by his stepfather in the late 70's, and became paralyzed. It helped us to see that if he could do what he does in his situation, then it should not be as difficult for us to serve Jehovah as he wants us to. One of his comments about the ransom sacrifice was "the premium has been paid for our insurance cover". Another one: In the paradise a young person asks "What was a hospital?" ...