Motel 6 Boston - Danvers
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is a statue of John Harvard and one of the shoes is polished gold. Tourists tend to touch this shoe so, the students pee on it to get back at all the tourists who fill up their pathways and prevent them from quickly getting to lectures. Their library has 3 million books and goes underground 5 floors! I could go on about this as she gave us so much information about university life and we got quite into it really. Afterwards, we were all so tired that we headed back to hostel for ...
... Claire, Josh and Colin are the members of the Aussie gang I have been spending a lot of time with during the past two weeks). Then we headed to Conte Forum, the ice hockey stadium on campus. The Boston College Eagles were playing against Maine, and we were there to have their back! We found our spots in the BC section and since I recently added a genuine Boston College sweater to my wardrobe I felt completely integrated. The BC section in the stadium is the best, ...
... however you get to name the price on what you think it was worth, like Sanderman Tours in Europe. We encountered the other walking tours in our travels, with the guides in period costume, there appeared to be a lot of bored faces, so go with Brian, he is worth every cent you pledge and more. Harvard is worth a visit too, it's only 4 stops from the centre of town, but be warned it is a University town and a famous one at that, so it is very ...
... jungle, the bus stops, and we are out on the street. New York is happening in front of our very eyes. Watching how others do it, we hail our first cab. Our cabbie doesn't say much and less than $10 later, we are delivered to the cobblestoned street of Jane St. An elegant brown brick building with two smartly dressed doormen welcome us in. Tis is our home for the next 5 nights....could stay here forever.
... other really interesting building is the Harry Elkins Widner Memorial Library. Harry was an extremely wealthily Harvard graduate who spend most of his life collecting rare and valuable books. He found one in particular and had to personally collect it. To come back home, he wanted to travel in the luxury and style his position demanded and booked passage on the best ship available at the time, the Titanic. Well, you will never guess what happened ... When the titanic ...