Back Bay Beacon

113 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02116, United States | Hotel
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Less than elated: Snow in New England

A travel blog entry by cuartotres


I love love love snow. When I was growing up I used to love running around in the snow, jumping in the snow, making snow angels and snowmen. Even as an adult in WI, working with children, I would gear up and go out with them to trounce around in the snow. I could drive in it because the roads would be plowed and taken care of. I could walk in it because people were kind enough to go out and shovel within a decent amount of time, or help out a neighbor ...

The First Few Days at Boston College

A travel blog entry by fgigase


... ones where you can drop by to get a coffee or a chocolate chip cookie if you get hungry after the long campus walks. When I was walking towards the dining hall I couldn’t help but notice the large number of people and cars on campus, all heading towards the stadium.

After my dinner, consisting of a chicken pasta salad and a brownie as dessert, Remco and I decided to see what was going on in the stadium. We bought a twenty-dollar ticket and went ...

Meeting up with the Fleetwoods

A travel blog entry by heidiskinner73


... was not the last time we would hear such funny funny stuff.

We continue on the tour and decide to do the complete loop to check out the whole city which is fabulous by the way. It's not a huge city, you really could walk just about anywhere and there are lots of cool shops and restaurants and plenty of parks.

We hop on the next bus and our guide is Corey (unless he's no good in which case his name is Martin, hahahaha, it never gets old). As it ...

Along the Freedom trail

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... all uniquely Boston, but they have a flavoring of Italy. Continuing along the trail brought us upon a small open square full of Boston fans relaxing and enjoying themselves after the parade for the Red Sox. In the very center of the square were street dancers performing for the crowd. Just to the side of the square was Faneuil Hall which was built in 1764 on the site of the old town dock. Town meeting held here had speakers such as Samuel Adams speaking against leveling ...

Boston Pops and Sox

A travel blog entry by only_in_the_usa


... bought on another Hop on Hop off trolley bus and we started a tour around the city. Intended staying on for the whole tour and then revisiting but didn't end up going that way. First get off was down by the bay where we had our first seafood roll of the day. Actually shared two, one being scallops with hint of wasabi and the other being lobster. Mmm mmm! Nice sit in the shade opposite a jewellery stall which just begged us to visit after eating. And then ...

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This hotel, located in the Back Bay/Fenway area of Boston, is near Boston Public Garden, Swan Boats, Gibson House Museum, and Daryl Christopher.
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