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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    Travel Blogs from Gloucester

    Last Stop!Boston!

    A travel blog entry by nodak on Oct 06, 2014

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    ... and coffee. They are everywhere. Even small towns with no other obvious businesses have a Dunkin' Donut! They are very popular in the East. It has become a joke with us - every time we see one, we start laughing! We ended our day relaxing in Columbus Park and walking along the wharf. Then the trolley ride back to the hotel. We are exhausted. Another tourist day tomorrow and then home on Wednesday. ...

    Fisherman of Gloucester Memorial

    A travel blog entry by heidi.brown on Aug 07, 2014

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    The last time I was here was back in May 2010 on SV Beltane on our way back through to Canada from the Bahama's. We walked up the street to the laudry mat and then we ate at Charlies restaurant while we waited for our clothes to dry. I remembered having one of the best ...

    Saturday 12th July 2014

    A travel blog entry by valerie7 on Jul 14, 2014

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    A beautiful sunny day in Boston. Before going out, we We walked heaps and heaps again today. Firstly, we went to a couple of bus offices, and we booked to go on a day trip to Newport Rhode Island tomorrow. Then to the underground, and got on a train to Quincy Markets. It's very colourful there, with lots of cafes and some street entertainers and crowds of people. We enjoyed sitting on the waterfront watching all the yachts and ...

    Boston: Huzzah! Anyone for tea?

    A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Apr 28, 2014

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    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 ...

    Downtown Boston, the Freedom Trail and a Magician!

    A travel blog entry by billingsfamily on Aug 18, 2013

    ... in a massive underground car park, and start following the Freedom Trail on foot. The Freedom Trail is a 2 mile brick trail through Boston's old historic sites, mostly from the time of the American Revolution. We saw the place where Ben Franklin is buried and other sites associated with the struggle to be free from control of the British. We saw street entertainers near Quincy Market and suddenly found ourselves standing next to ...