Subject: Re: Trip to Boston
In Concord, there is an old Inn called the Concord Inn (Also, in Wayland, close by is the Longfellow Inn -- reputedly the oldest running inn in America... (not sure on that one) Both are authentic with lots of New England flavor (You need to rent a car)

Also, staying outside of Boston, you could stay in Brookline at any motels that are on the T (same as metro in Europe or elsewhere) - Going into Boston from any in that area would take you under 15 min.

If you need restaurant suggestions, ask away (be sure to mention what exactly you are looking for)

*** Besides the other museums I mentioned, if you have time, check out the MIT Museum on Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge - It's small and terrific - complete w/ Edgerton's strobe light exhibits (It takes about 1/2 hr - l hour to go through and has fascinating things on MIT's pranks) Susie, Newton, MA