Mooring Stone Bed And Breakfast

Address: 12 Norwood Avenue, Rockport, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 1966, United States | B&B
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Boston and the holidays

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Dec 31, 2014

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... there too, and his sister also. Had a nice visit with Mary and Dickie and then headed home. There is a big pileup on the freeway and we know it will take hours to get home, but, it turned out to be on the opposite lane, though we did have about 11 miles of very slow traffic. After getting into Boston the roads cleared out and home only about 20 minutes after time we expected to be there. My new coat was waiting in a package on the chair. It is my ...

Nine countries in Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 30, 2014

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... the Magnificent-the Ottoman ruler in 1566 to replace an older wooden bridge. To get to the bridge you had to go though many selling booths and many tourists. We ordered a burger for lunch. I don’t think anyone here has any idea what a real burger is. Back to the bus, seeing buildings all along the way that were damaged by gunshots—and on our way to Sarajevo in Bulgaria. A long bus ride to The Europe Hotel. A bit of a rest and then out for another ...

Day Trip to Salem!

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 30, 2014

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... turned on him and his wife and their servant accused Mrs Proctor of making her 'sign the devil's book'. In court the girl feigned that Mrs Proctor had sent her yellow bird to torment her as punishment for renouncing her to the court and began to profusely apologise to Mrs Proctor and ask her to forgive her. ( a yellow bird no one but the servant and Mrs Proctor could see). The lines were from original court transcripts and it was crazy to think what the girls got away with ...

Holidays in Boston with family and friends

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Dec 02, 2013

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... you a Merry Christmas’ just for us and gave us hugs—an uplifting experience!! They were pleased to see they had made a difference in someone’s life! On to the theater-this is the one we has seen the other day and had the private tour. But we had not gone downstairs so did that today—This place is just fantastic. I would love to have an entire day in there just to explore and admire! Then Amanda, from Portugal, and her daughter sat by us and ...

October iin Boston area

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Oct 01, 2013

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... a geocache! Wow! I just had a feeling that this is where I might hide one. So signed the log and on we went. Up the hill to the Second Tower (we had gone to Wright’s Tower last week) and off to the exit but walked some extra cause one of us didn’t quite know where he was!! Leaving Sheepfold Parking and decided to see if Mary and Ralph I were home, and found Mary sitting on the front porch. Talked for a bit and she suggested we go for Pizza. Ralph ...