Quiet Places To Relax In Cambridge

Quiet Places To Relax In Cambridge

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Looking to escape from the city buzz? Relax and chill for a while by heading to these quieter locales in Cambridge.

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    Great trail for long runs but no water fountains on the way – there're a couple convenience stores and TJs at Arlington Heights. -- Yasemin via Foursquare
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    For people that dont live in Cambridge and need to park, buy a $0.79 cent bottle of water at Whole Foods and use their parking lot. Take that parking stingy Cambridgians! -- Brian Kenyon via Foursquare
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    Sign up for comic book picks in your email every Wednesday at DigBoston.com and come check out this friendly store! -- claynferno Fernald via Foursquare
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    This store is one of a kind, featuring books, toys, puzzles, and apparel—all dedicated to everyone's favorite inquisitive monkey, Curious George. -- BU Today via Foursquare
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    A private soak is great for a relaxing date, as long as you don't mind being red-faced & sweaty! I wouldn't recommend going over 45 minutes, unless you have an incredible heat tolerance. -- Patricia via Foursquare
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    Saturn, which is light enough to float in a big enough bathtub, is represented in the Museum of Science Community Solar System with a model in the DeVito Music Room. If you find it, create a check-in! -- Eric O via Foursquare
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    The real deal, incredibly selections of LOOSE LEAF tea. Go here instead of the starbucks nearby -- Karina Dj via Foursquare
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    Rodney's doesn't only have a vast collection of books, it also sells thousands of poster prints. Calendars, cards, and photography books as well. -- BU Today via Foursquare
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    see some of the great authors who come here to lecture - sit at Cafe Zing, have coffee, and surf on free wifi -- Scott Sanders via Foursquare
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    The Coop (The Harvard/MIT Cooperative Society) was founded in 1882 by a group of students, as a cooperative which would provide the academic and professional community with a place to buy merchandise. -- Mazda via Foursquare
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    Rachel Polonsky's Molotov’s Magic Lantern - If you're looking for more of an overview of Russian culture, & some other jumping off points then grab this book (& don't miss her appearance 7 PM Jan. 13) -- AskMen via Foursquare
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