Super 8 North Attleboro

787 S. Washington, North Attleboro, Massachusetts, 08235, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 787 S. Washington, North Attleboro, is near Lincoln Woods State Park, WWI Memorial Park and Zoo, and Women at Work Museum.
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Travel Blogs from North Attleboro

DAY 2 - BOSTON

A travel blog entry by lake84 on Aug 02, 2014

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... were cute and the hobos, which were not. We then took a look at the whole city from the top of the prudential centre. A really good experience which gave a great overview of the city. Next up was the famous duck tour! If the duck tour doesn't put a smile on your face you have no sense of humour! We were driven around in a brown amphibious car called Molly Mollasses by a man called Colonel Duck Tape - the man with the hoarsest, most Bostonian voice on the planet! Sherrie got to drive ...

Independence Day - Freedom Trail and Salem

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 04, 2014

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... half the price and half the time of the ferry. My advice would be to bypass Salem if you are ever in Boston. Boston itself is beautiful. The city is clean and a lot of care has been taken to preserve the old historic buildings while making way for the new. Saying that, the trolley bus man who gave us a lift into Salem from the ferry wharf, so that we didn't have to walk in the rain, is a star. We didn't take his tour and probably should ...

Time to get our sea legs

A travel blog entry by pamrich on May 24, 2014

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To start our last morning in Boston, we both went our separate ways for a run and run/ walk. I ran to the Charles River area we had discovered the day before and was able to stretch out a bit and eventually covered about 13 kms - my longest run since we left. Pam ran the other way around the harbour and mixed up up with some exercises and walking. We both felt better for the outing. ...

Boston, Monday 14th April

A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Apr 14, 2014

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... to Harvard". Arriving at the subway stop at Harvard Square we were suprised to see the entry was right in front of us, it really is the heart of the town. After our very full day we decided to head back to the hotel for a much deserved rest. Later that evening we headed just down the road from our hotel for dinner where we tried the famous Boston Clam Chowder. By this stage the jet lag was really starting to sent in so we decided to call it (an early) ...

Day 2 - Boston

A travel blog entry by evie033 on Oct 12, 2013

... a witch for Liz, but they were pretty bad, just kids ones. I wanted something special, so I thought would wait to shop in Boston. Walked around again and took pictures of their cute houses and when they were built eg 1800's. Well that was pretty much it for the day. It was getting late and didn't want to get back too late as we had to catch bus and train. Arrived back and decided to book the oldest restaurant that Jess told us about, so ...