16 Beach Street Bed and Breakfast
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Pick up for the tour today was just a five minute walk from our hotel. Leaving Boston we drove up the State Street side of the common and our driver told us that one of the brownstone terraces overlooking the common had sold last year for $52 million dollars. The purchaser paid an additional $250k for a car park. These terraces were built in the 1700s and some still have the original window glass that was shipped over from England. Our New England coastal tour took us through ...
... for our liking - Are we getting old? You're damn right we are. Onward to a place called Bayview Cottages, which are actually in the town of Saco - they do roll up the sidewalks here after 7pm. Almost everything in this town closes. Well, folks there ain't no view of the bay. When we first pulled up and viewed the 5 or 6 cottages, we stood with mouths agape. When we went into our little cottage, Number 3, out jaws dropped. This place is a ...
... is doing all of the work, cleaning out cabinets and closets. Spent the night and are on our way back to the coast on Friday. Kathryn's gardens are beautiful and fruitful. They supply us with our greens and herbs for meals. Yesterday evening was a wonderful art show. The paintings I liked were already ...
This morning the rental car had to be returned, so while Tommy took it back we cleaned the RV and I cooked breakfast. We enjoyed our scrambled egg, cheese and bacon on toasted English muffins outside on the picnic table. I absolutely love to eat outdoors!
After filling up the LP tank at the campground, we were on our way north again. Our first stop was in Salem, Massachusetts. Clay and Morgan gave us a great history lesson on the events of the Salem ...
... and he's been through some trying times lately.
Lost his job... had to have a hip replacement... etc.
And then someone recommended I had to have some of the shellfish available in that part of the world. I struck out from Neil's to Portsmouth where I found a restaurant still open and bought some mussels. After eating them I retired to the van to go online using the restaurant's WiFi, checked my e-mails and got nice ...
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TravelPod Member Reviews16 Beach Street Bed and Breakfast Ogunquit
Nice quiet place with friendly people. Room on the smallish side but very clean and tidy. Food was great and the folks running the B&B were very helpful with ideas on things to do and directions.
Enjoyed it and will return.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.