Captain's House

Address: 69 Marmion Way, Rockport, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01966, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 69 Marmion Way, Rockport, is near Gloucester Center, Plum Cove Beach, Twin Lights on Thatcher's Island, and Rockport Art Association and Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Rockport

Nine countries in Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 30, 2014

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... if we should attempt it. We probably walked at least a 3 mile round trip. His house is now a museum and had a fee to view but it was worth it. We spent a long time there; a lot of very good displays and information. Leaving there we did not go back on the route we came on, though we should have, because it contained a hill. We ended up seeing a lot more of the town and had to ask 3 times where to go! Each person sent us off in a different direction. We did see ...

Oregon, California, Arizona and Boston MA

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Aug 31, 2014

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... a reservation. He called the airlines. He called the limo back, and then I called him and he was upset. I had not told him about changing to the shuttle (it is new to Boston) because I knew he didn’t want me to change from the limo and I wanted to try them out. They charge just half what the limo does. So we were off to a rocky start! I unpack some and then we went to Sabatino’s for dinner. Home and a bit of relax but I was sooooo tired and went to ...

Flying home

A travel blog entry by jillmac on May 31, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... their museums and historical places but the New England countryside was the best with its beautiful flowering trees and green meadows and gorgeous old wooden houses. Not to mention the many rivers and crystal clear lakes. The mountains were also lovely with little remains of snow on the tops of the ski runs. Mountains are always my favourite since we don't have any worth mentioning in WA. The ones here weren't as big as the ones in the west and Canada but they were ...

Frustrating start to the trip

A travel blog entry by ricf964 on Nov 14, 2013

... restaurant for a change. Jan Thiel is about a 20 minute drive from Willemstad, but it can be 45-60 minutes with after work traffic. As I mentioned before, you really need GPS down here because even at major intersections road signs are very small or non-existent (and in Dutch).

For this specific house, it's located in new neighborhood and because of that there is still construction going on, and it usually starts around 7:30 ...

Our last flirt with the north

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Sep 24, 2013

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... to the cold weather. (and creepy guy on golf cart) See we almost camped! Looks like a few more nights in a hotel for the Marshmeiers. Yay!

With the budget being completely thrown out the window of late, it was time for me to start some hardcore hotel bargaining. I was going to find a cheap hotel come hell or high water. Over lunch me and Les took turns at phoning up hotels and B&B's in the area to try and convince them to give us a cheap room. So far we were having ...