KAEDE Bed and Breakfast

16 N. Main St., Ipswich, Massachusetts, 01938, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 16 N. Main St., Ipswich, is near Crane Beach, Grape Island, Wolf Hollow, and Russell Orchards.
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    Travel Blogs from Ipswich

    National Memorial Day

    A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 26, 2014

    55 photos

    ... totally sure what it meant! But I digress. Boston ultimately used to be an island as at many points during the year, were the weather to be particularly bad, the river would flood and Boston would be disconnected from main land America. This neck if land is where Bostonians 'conveniently' built the prison! In the Old State House downstairs was where the priced of foods and goods were decided for the next month or so and the taxes on imported goods agreed. Boston had many ...

    Last Day in Boston

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 12, 2014

    48 photos

    ... others that also were misinformed on a private tour for the first portion and then caught us up with the rest of our group. Fenway park is the 2nd oldest ballpark in the MLB. Fenway opened in 1912. The oldest is Wrigley Field in Chicago, then Fenway in Boston, and 3rd oldest is Dodger Stadium in LA. The ball park is painted a trademarked green color. We toured the visiting locker room, the "Green Monster" wall in left field, the press box, a private suite, and right field. It ...

    The First Few Days at Boston College

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 14, 2014

    14 photos

    ... every time the puck crossed the goal line. I was impressed by the roughness of the game and the way the players kept bumping into each other and kept hitting each other with their hockey sticks. I was even more impressed by the incredible speed and flexibility with which both the hockey players as well as the referees swayed across the ice. The vibes in the stadium were amazing; the common enthusiasm for the game, the love for 'their boys’ and the eagerness to ...

    Day 2–Train rides from H E double toothpics

    A travel blog entry by renee.harbig on Oct 17, 2013

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... all we had a train to catch at 8:50. Our debate was whether we should look at the "inbound" schedule to Boston or the “outbound” schedule from the town we were staying in. We chose outbound. Wrong choice. We had a least an hour to sit around and wait for the next train out, Anyhow, once on, it was a very pleasant ride. Double decker train, moved along very nicely, $20 roundtrip fare for me, $10 for the senior, one hour ride. No hassle driving ...

    A day in Beantown

    A travel blog entry by linusvpelt on Aug 06, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... pretty long walk and took a bit out of us. We took the nice water taxi back from the USS Constitution and it landed us near the Aquarium (which we wanted to hit but we were to late). We ran Abby back up the hotel in Peabody the turned around and hit the road back down through The Big Dig and to Plymouth for the night. By then traffic had thinned out and we made the trip from Peabody to Plymouth in about 45 min.