Amelia Payson House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Bed and Breakfast - absolutely! This stately home has been converted into a B&B consisting of about 4 or 5 separate bedrooms in various configurations. Breakfast is served in two sittings. We chose 8:30am and were directed to the Dining Room which is central to the home. The single dining table was formally set for 8 with crystal glasses for OJ, the ‘good’ china and cutlery.
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... Gables and popped into the Old Pepper Candy Company. Walked through the Salem Witches Memorial. Small, somber place, but right outside the gates was a loud Halloween-esque carnival food setup. Seemed pretty strange to have the hallowed ground being infringed upon. Anyhow, the memorial was built after Elie Wiesel visited in 1992 an expressed he was appalled there was no set sacred space to memorialize the victims. The resulting space is a courtyard outlined by 20 ...
... luck or bad luck if you rub it. I rubbed it so I'm thinking of good luck... Then we strolled downtown.. I bought and mailed postcards while my friend Marion had her fortune told. Everywere you go there are mediums who can tell your furture etc... we headed out of Salem into Beverly on our way to ...
... is very hard but can be chewed as it is apparently made with a similar method to toffee and involves dipping! I have never made toffee and so this did not help me out any! I kept looking and saw a featured sweet called 'turtles' which Oprah Winphrey had resent my mentioned on her TV show and in a magazine as her favourite 'treat'! These turtles were chocolate (dark, milk or white), topped with caramel and either peanuts, pecans or walnuts (arranged to have four sticking out ...
... African government. Today Jacob Zuma is president and the country does continue to struggle with high inequality and unemployment, despite economic advances.
Liberia was essentially a protectorate of the Firestone Tire Company who owned the majority of the rubber plantations in the country. Interestingly enough, despite being founded by free black slaves in 1847, these former slaves still considered themselves higher class than ...