Charles Hovey House

Address: 4 Hovey Street, Gloucester, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01930, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 4 Hovey Street, Gloucester, is near Seven Seas Whale Watch, 7 Seas Whale Watch, Fishermen's Memorial Monument, and Cape Ann Historical Museum.
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      Sad Goodbye

      A travel blog entry by nl.opiola on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... But they aren't just any kind of malls...................they're outlet malls!! To do all the malls you really need to drive from one to the other. With the camper, that's a bit difficult so I only went into a couple of them. I just couldn't do any more knowing Chris was missing his "shopping" partner.

      We toured the towns of Gloucester and Rockport. Beautiful little coastal towns with a different beach around each corner. The ...

      Ups and downs

      A travel blog entry by famlitz on Jun 09, 2014

      ... at 3:30 this morning. Argh....
      I also forgot to mention that the rooms have no clothes hangers. I'm not a negative person, but the evening really went into the morning. Thankfully class was alright today. A bit I can use in my classes.

      Some of us (the older ones ;-) ) are suffering from homesickness. But we found a wonderful way to cure it. Good company ...

      The Freedom Trail

      A travel blog entry by annlincoln on Oct 04, 2013

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      Leave our Hotel and walk along the Public Garden to Boston Common the beginning of the Freedom Trail. A well designed walk following a red path through some historic sights. Lots of burial sits with graves dating back to early 1700. A meeting house where the Patriots who were encouraging people to revolt against the British taxation.This led to the Boston Tea party which sparked The Revolutionary War. Site of the Boston Massacre where British ...

      Arrived in Boston

      A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 10, 2013

      1 comment

      ... and we started our honeymoon here, so are looking forward to showing the boys around. We will probably take today easy, although anybody who has read my New York blog, can laugh away at this thought! I have spotted the red line of the freedom trail out of the hotel window below, so we may need to follow that for a bit. Maybe a bit of shopping, lets see when everybody wakes up and we get organised.


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      It's My Fault For Saying I'm a Dicey Riley Fan!

      A travel blog entry by leve-cowles on Feb 16, 2013

      Leslie e-mailed me at work yesterday to let me know my India blog was missing from the world-wide-web. I thought she was messing with me. Turns out she wasn't.

      My blog was suspended because it was flagged by TravelPod's 'Automated Quality Checker". Apparently I engaged in "advertising and/or promotion of products". Huh? Me? WTF (Well That's Fine).

      I didn't read the terms of use too ...