Inn at Ridge

Address: 710 West St, Braintree, Massachusetts, 02184, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 710 West St, 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

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 ...

Homeward bound

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Sep 20, 2014

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... telling them they couldn't bring it through. Three of their bags also got pulled as they all had bottles of water in them. I hope they're not on my flight :) I'm sitting in departures having just ate a Pastrami Reuben, watching a little old lady play solitaire. I have about 2.5hrs until boarding. I think I'll have a wander around the handful of stores, and then grab a hot drink and some dessert. Airports are boring... and ...

Boston Harbour Islands

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 11, 2014

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... were dying!) Which gave us really nice panoramic views of the islands, downtown Boston, and the airport.We got back on the ferry and moved islands. Georges island is a war era fort, strategically built to keep people from invading the city. The fort is huge, but also kind boring. It's more catered to family days out than anything else at this point in time. We took the ferry ...

No tea party but plenty more to do

A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Jul 29, 2014

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... delicacy of New England is lobster so predictably that was on the menu for dinner. We ate as a group and taught how to extract the meat before eating it. As Emma had done this on a previous trip to the area, she opted for the chicken dish but was suitably entertained by the endeavours of others trying to crack shells and pop the meat. To be fair, the calories burnt trying to prepare the lobster must be as high as the number in it!


Not a Tea Party in sight

A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 14, 2014

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... 1797. We chose not to go and explore it, even though it was free, as the heat and humidity was getting too much to handle and neither of us really felt up to it.

The next and last stop was the Bunker Hill Monument, which we headed to after stopping for a much needed ice-cream. The monument is a tall column marking the point of a battle between the British and Americans, and has a spiral staircase inside taking you all the way to the top. Unfortunately, due to the ...