Knights Inn Boston/Danvers
Travel Blogs from Danvers
So we stayed overnight in Danvers... went to the grocery store and found a subway sandwich shop in the mall. Then found my way back to the motel... fed a little rabbit some of my lettuce by the pool...
... cheaper here compared to home. Most products show prices that are similar in US Dollars and Euros and as the economists among us will know, this means that I get quite the discount! ( 1 Euro = 1.356 US$ ).
Even though it was dark already when I got back to campus and the snowy buildings were beautifully lit, the night was still young! First it was time for a quick (pizza) dinner with the Aussies (I think it might be time to introduce you properly: Ciara, ...
... s. You don't need a museum, you just have to walk the streets to see it. A visit to the old State House and Faneuil Hall are a must as is the Granary Burial Ground, where some of the founding fathers rest. I'd strongly recommend the free walking tours. Brian, the guide, is so knowledgable and passionate (on the verge of crazy) about the history of the town, and he includes props and images to enhance the experience. Now the title is free ...
... brown brick high rises. We had arrived onto nth west manhatten and didn't even know it!!! I think I was expecting tall glass and steel high rises from the word go, but this area (Harlem as it turns out) was quite human scale. The bus took us further and further in, with the buildings getting closer and taller, and more and more lit by neon. And then as if in the middle of nowhere, but completely crowded in by ...
... the Dean and 15 supposedly hand picked for their quiet and studious qualities are housed. This building was occupied for a time by 100 civil war soldiers who at the time, stripped the building of doorhandles, hinges and whatever they could get to make bullets and other armoury. When the college got the building back, they weren't too happy to find it trashed and were the first private institution to successfully sue the US government for damages amounting to $1000.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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