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  1. PYPER

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    Hey everyone. I'm thinking about making a trip to visit my first Patriots training camp. I'm looking to come for the Tuesday & Wednesday double sessions.

    I'd like to stay at a hotel or motel near by. Anybody have any suggestions?

    Also, I figured I'd check out Boston in the time between sessions. Anybody have any input on what I should do there. What are the MUST SEE's. I'm either going to be by myself or with one of my buddies.

    Any and all suggestions are appreciated.

    );pyper
  2. Sean Pa Patriot

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    #12 Jersey

    Stay in Milford, half way decent hotels there, its about 14 miles from the stadium... the hotels that are worth staying in Foxboro , are the comfort inn, or maybee the red rood inn... But Milford has a little better selection
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    There is a Holiday Inn Express 2 miles from teh stadium and it is right on route 1 (same road the stadium is on)
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    I was going to recommend the Holiday Inn Express. It is new, looks very nice from the outside and is in an excellent location.

    I have driven by it 6 times this week and have thought that looks like a decent place to stay. There is a Bickford's Grille across the street.
  5. nhpatsfan

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    I'm not sure you'll have enough time, but The Freedom Trail is my favorite Boston attraction.
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    Boston Duck tours is a must. Old Ironsides is great. New England Aquarium the North End for Italian food and of course Fenway Park tour. The Duck tour is probably you're best bet . It is 80 minutes long and you can park at the Prudential Center. Make reservations ahead of time.
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  7. Patjew

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    No Jersey Selected

    Spend time in Providence instead. Closer, cleaner, calmer, great restuarants, more me's.
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    Walpoles even closer . You can check out the Prison.:rofl:

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