Classic Suites & Inns

Address: 181 West Boylston Street, West Boylston, Massachusetts, 01583, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on 181 West Boylston Street, West Boylston, is near Higgins Armory Museum, Tower Hill Botanic Garden, and Cyprian Keyes.
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Travel Blogs from West Boylston

How I became a butterfly...

A travel blog entry by kdonovan2011 on Mar 12, 2014

3 comments

... comfortable life I had created for myself for something unknown. This was illustrated in my attachment to "my stuff" which represented success and stability to me which I also equated with happiness so when it came time to give it away it made me feel uneasy although at the same time it was exhilarating and freeing!
Fourth Stage: The Golden Years
Yes, I know most people would say that I am hardly in my golden years at 45 years old but I ...

We're off!! WB to Christiansburg, VA

A travel blog entry by dlongone17 on Dec 31, 2013

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Left West Boylston 7:15am. Mileage 3330. Sunny partly cloudy. 11 degrees burr!!! 9:43. Stopped for coffee N Y border. Calling stef and tony 11:23. Wilkes Barrie, PA. Stopped for gas. Snowing... $20 1:15 Hershey, PA gas & pick up McD's 1:50 back on the roAd. 33 degrees. Still cold! 4:15 Mt Jackson, VA gas $22.50 Switched drivers, 4:20 back on the road 6:29pm checked in at ...

Ni hao, Zajian, Be it ever so humble...

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Aug 11, 2013

5 comments, 35 photos

... all dazzling with Justin Timberlake and JayZ fans (hi Gabe), drove through sleepy Newton Centre with all of its new road construction, weighed myself (amazed---matter was neither replaced nor destroyed) and climbed into bed and slept 'til noon, and marveled at the wonder of it all and how lucky I have been.

Many thanks to each of you for spending some of your summer traveling along with me and for your delicious comments that I ...

New York City 2013

A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Jul 12, 2013

5 photos

... about that? Well, if you are a soft serve connoisseur, you know that different brands taste slightly different and have different textures. The ice cream here is really good! Very flavorful and creamy and not watery/melty. Anyway, the claim to fame is they take soft serve and dress it up. I chose the Bea Arthur. This is a cone of vanilla soft serve, striped with dulce de leche sauce and rolled in crushed Nilla Wafers. I ...

Day 8 Boston

A travel blog entry by johnmu on Jul 12, 2013

26 photos

... still is a functioning church today however the pews are set up quite differently to ours. The Church is divided into separated boxes not unlike corporate boxes at a football ground. They were designed in such a way to be heated easily.

After leaving the Old North Church I stumbled upon the St Leonard's Church, a Catholic Church run by the Franciscans. Unlike ...