Emerson Inn by the Sea
Travel Blogs from Rockport
... there. There is more snow here than where we are staying, 2-3 inches and the roads on the island were snowy, plus the temp is around 28. We went quite a ways and met a lady in a car-she lives on the island full time-only a couple of others are there all year. She talked a long time and gave us a lot of info on the island. We turned around and followed her out to the highway. Next stop was to find a turnout for a bunch of cabins in the sand dunes that we would like ...
... the price, but i really could not afford to go that high, which was a shame because her hotel looked amazing and i would have loved the opportunity to stay there. Crystal asked if i could afford $130, and that she really could not go any lower. Cha Ching, I had just got $79 off. Happy with my bargaining skills i accepted her price and we headed to our hotel for the next two nights. Ok $130 is more than we should be spending on a hotel, but at this point, with our ...
... with the caption, Our next home. What you won't see, is the seven additional photos we took of it because we all truly love boats and would like to spend at least a year living on one. I am not sure if you can tell from the photo but this boat (okay, yacht) is huge. It has 2 jet skis and a dingy on the top deck and sitting on the yacht, they look small. As we sailed past it on the ferry the other day, we could see people inside and Megan asked if we could go knock and meet ...
... I was tired so soon off to bed.
Dec 4th-Tuesday Up around 9 and read papers, caught up on emails and while Phil was at Eye doctor appt I unpacked. Weather was warm and sunny yesterday but overcast today, but we still will take Tony’s Christmas presents out to him. I wrapped all the presents I had brought with me while Phil was out and finally found the Christmas sock I had gotten him last year-the cowboy one-and instead of a tree we have the stocking by ...
... bridge and into town where we finally decided on another eatery. And when we found it, we saw the one we wanted across the street. Said to be the best in MA for all sea foods! Well, it was our worst chowder yet!! Do not eat at the Lobster Pot! Leaving there we wanted to head to Boston, and after at least 45 minutes and MANY trips around and around and around—literally-they have huge round-a-bouts here! Much frustration and finally took the only possible ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services