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 7 Seas Whale Watch, Seven 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 ...

      Harvard and the Harbor

      A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 24, 2014

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      ... I HATE TRAFFIC!) We went to the famous Samuel Adams Boston brewery for a tour. The tour guide was very entertaining! We learned about the fermentation process, the difference between an ale and a lager, and how the beer is bottled. Knowing more about the process is very interesting but my thoughts on the taste of beer have not changed! Our last stop in Boston almost did not happen. Tommy pulled up to the curb and dropped us off ...

      Boston and the Turks

      A travel blog entry by pratthor on Apr 10, 2014

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      ... Betsy was in the lead boat with a Olympic-caliber sailor from PEI. Elaine and I got on a faster boat with a couple from west of Boston. Husband was captain, wife was tour guide and talkative. She was a recent retiree and the came here twice a year for the sailing and tennis. They were Armada veterans and a source of local knowledge. It took over an hour to reach the island with several tacks into the wind to avoid reef and a rain squall of 15 minutes. We arrived, ...

      Along the Freedom trail

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

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      ... no impression upon the outside planking of the USS Constitution. The cannon balls that struck the USS Constitution fell into the sea leaving minimal damage; prompting a shout from one of the American Sailors, “Huzzah! Her sides are made of iron.” The nickname of Old Ironsides was born and continues to this day. The British lost 78 killed and wounded while the Americans lost only 14 in a battle that lasted only 35 minutes, one of the shortest battles in ...

      July 4th in Boston

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2013

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      ... was already gone on a day trip and to turn around at the dock when it returns. From here into the North End where we strolled around and ended up in Revere Park and heard a talk by a ranger on Revere and others during the Revolution. Walked to a bakery that was closing after many years and it had already sold out and locked up. A walk in the 94 degree weather was drenching us! Really muggy here so a stop at an Irish Pub was in order, but after getting ...