Days Inn Leominster/Fitchburg Area

Address: 482 North Main Street, Leominster, Massachusetts, 01453, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 482 North Main Street, Leominster, is near Fitchburg Art Museum and National Plastics Center and Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Leominster

    Home sweet home/wrap up

    A travel blog entry by sopeg on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... were going to the Denver International Airport Limousine Company and not the actual airport.  But this, I told Soph, is why you leave yourself plenty of time to get to the airport.  Still, the plane was late boarding and then sat on the runway for an hour while they were working on a seat behind us.  Not clear whether someone had thrown up or there was some mechanical trouble.  It was ...

    And away I go....

    A travel blog entry by on Jul 09, 2013

    My fortune cookies tells me that I am about to go on a great adventure.

    How lucky can I be! China 2013 is looking good, filled with days
    sightseeing in Hong Kong, teaching in Fuzhou (hope there's no typhoon
    this year), visiting Panda reserves, cruising on the Yangtze River, silk
    making in Suzhou and tripping the light fantastic in Shanghai!

    Away we go...come along all you ...

    Off to Burma!

    A travel blog entry by swt on Mar 07, 2013


    Am not sure this is working but here goes....
    We are in the airport awaiting our flight to Myanmar. Bangkok was good, Chiang Mai - wonderful...a full day with our own elephants, which was terrific! Dinner with Adam Stanley which was so much fun, Many Temples, lots of climbing, going to ...

    The shot heard round the world!

    A travel blog entry by thesairs on Aug 20, 2012

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    ... hidden.

    As the British troops marched out of Boston and into Lexington they came across a group of 77 militiamen. Knowing they were outnumbered Capt. John Parker only hoped to make a display of patriot resolve and ordered his men not to fire. The militiamen were ordered to disperse by British Major John Pitcairn. As they were doing so a shot was fired, it is not clear from which side, and the British ...


    A travel blog entry by swtofias on Mar 04, 2012


    Hi -
    We are now in Agra...Long drive today where we really saw much of the Gritty side of India...the huts, tents, people living on the side of the road...garbage everywhere, animals just roaming and lots of people....
    Last night we went to a farm, we were taken to the area by Camel Cart..which basically means we were staring the whole time at the Camel's tush and balls...all we could do was pray the camel wouldn't go to the bathroom...whew! we made it through!
    Today we went ...