Amelia Payson House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... off the boat! We had a WHOLE lobster each for $24.. and that included 2 sides as well! There's a 17 year wait for a spot to moor the boat.... as its winter everywhere we look we see 'shrink wrapped' boats, protected for winter. The houses are gorgeous, wooden and all different colours. Could wander for ages just taking photos and eating lobster! The price of petrol in the USA at the moment is around $2 / gallon, equates ...
... this area. We had started making enquiries only to find that most places were booked out or extremely expensive. Eventually we received a call from Amy and David. They had turned down a couple of bookings as they had family matters to deal with and had also had a hectic time and needed the weekend off. Fortunately the unobtrusive timing of our request suited them and they were able to accommodate us. We felt this was just one of those 'meant to be' ...
Early start today for a visit to Salem. In the early 1700s Salem was the largest seaport in the US and if you fly direct from Lisbon it only takes 4 hours to get there. Salem seems to be more popularly famous for an 11 month period of hysteria in 1692 when 19 witches and a poor dog were sentenced to death! 18 witches were hanged,1 witch crushed by large stones and the dog was shot for chasing his tail. Turns out that all the ...
... and legs) and then another thick layer of chocolate as the shell! That looked right up my street! I would send some home but it's chocolate which melts and they didn't do gift wraps or sets! Sorry folks! You'll just have to take my word for it that they were gooooood; but I'm sure you wouldn't have really liked them! ;) I then set off to the most famous museum in Salem, the Witch Museum! I soon became aware though that there were no real artifices from the witch trials. There ...
Saturday was a rainy day so it worked well that we started with the re ride on the Boston trolley tour. It was national Pretzel day so we filled our pockets until they were bursting with free bags from a stand by the bus stop. This time the ride was much better and we could hear everything the conductor was saying. We got off at stop 6 and met Kir and Jon for lunch at The Granary. The boys all had Lobster Rolls and Stout ...