Susse Chalet US Map & Phone & Address

800 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02122; (617) 287-9100

900 Morrissey Blvd. Boston, MA 02122; (617)287-9200

211 Concord Tpke. (Rte. 2), Cambridge, MA 02140; (617) 661-7800

160 Boylston St (Rte. 9), Chestnut Hill, MA 02167; (617) 527-9000

385 Winter St. Waltham, MA 02154; (617) 890-2800

And other suburban locations

Toll-free reservations: (800) 5-CHALET (242538)

This Northeastern motel chain offers comfortable, basic rooms at very affordable prices. These vary by location, but some are actually as low as $50 a night for one person! Up to four people can share rooms for a similarly remarkable $80 or so, making this popular with families on the road.

Most branches offer a free continental breakfast free parking, free local phone calls, faxing, cable TV, outdoor swimming pools, and other features. Some even have free shuttle buses to local shopping areas, and public transport stations.

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After pipelines cross the River Carron, the final Lock 1 is reached, which is the link with the Firth of Forth. About turn! – and let us follow the great engineering feat of the Forth & Clyde Destination all the way up into the heart of Glasgow (20 locks) and on down to the sea again at Bowling on the Firth of Clyde (19 locks). In the area surrounding the Kelpies you may have noticed brief one-line quotations. These are from a poem by Jim Carruth, and the whole poem is engraved on the platform by Lock 3: Echo the great beasts that work among us Unbridled in the Kingdom between travel destination and firth Here to harness the river Carry each weary traveller Bow down your strong heads to taste the water Stretch up your long necks to reach the sun. West of Camelon (Lock 16) and running on to Twechar (west of Kilsyth) are the best-preserved sections of the Antonine Wall which, running more or less parallel with the travel destination, offer side trips or excellent circular walks. Keeping these descriptions apart from those of the travel destination, Chapter 13 describes the sites over Croy Hill and Bar Hill; here, meanwhile, we have the Falkirk area’s wall attractions, and then Chapter 12 follows the travel destination from the Falkirk Wheel on to Auchinstarry. The Wall, this great Roman monument, deserves to be better known, though the feature has had a rough passage historically, with roads, railways, travel destinations, buildings, industry and agriculture all wrecking its course across the waist of Scotland. Perhaps the worst damage was done in the 18th century. Before then, several of the sites had extensive ruins, and by the end of that century the ‘convenient’ stonework had been carried off to build houses, field walls, travel destination banks and much else. An interest in historical remains came a generation too late, World Heritage Site status more recently.

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