Morning Glory Inn

Address: 120 Seabury Rd., York, Maine, 03909, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 120 Seabury Rd., York, is near Old Gaol, George Marshall Store Gallery, Elizabeth Perkins House, and John Hancock Wharf & Warehouse.
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      Confidence

      A travel blog entry by apot-of-flowers on Dec 02, 2014

      ... repetition are necessary, but so is a application and understanding.

      Most popular activities in class:
      -Unscrambled (students unscramble pronouns and verb conjugations)
      - Where is the toucan? (students look at a picture on the board and use their ipads to figure out what Spanish city the toucan is ...

      On the East Coast.

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... Portsmouth is quite busy as there is a folk festival on this weekend.

      Crossed the river and entered Maine and drove around Kittery looking for somewhere to stay. First place we found was a Microtel Inn at York. The rate was quite reasonable and it includes a continental breakfast. We were not about to spend much time looking as both of us were quite tired.

      Considered having dinner at York Harbor. First restaurant we found was ...

      TO THE LIGHTHOUSE: A Soliloquy

      A travel blog entry by annierose on Nov 22, 2012

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      ... Impressed byCAPE NEDDICK, I tuned in to an inner calling inside me. “ LIFE STANDS STILL HERE” taking the echo close to my heart and carrying out across all time and space, I continued my journey with hidden tears down my cheeks…and with distance NOW ~ I can only hope that ‘my lighthouse- keeper’ will help me find my way back HOME and all THOSE moments shall someday soon become permanent, true and real.
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      Exploring New Hampshire's country & oceanside

      A travel blog entry by ngolgowski on Aug 10, 2011

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      ... zooming my camera into moss clad soil, crumbling brick work, or their backyard pond (searching for beaver or a moose), was an enormous pleasure. Too bad I just didn't have my camera on hand when we found the bridge filled with moccasin snakes underneath :p

      A beautiful trip with family I'm extremely special to call my own.


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      In My Footsteps: Ipswich, Mass.

      A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Jul 01, 2010

      ... most exquisite. Castle Hill was a spot well known to the local Native Americans for centuries and became farmland when John Winthrop Jr., son of the first governor of Massachusetts, laid claim to the land in 1637. It is on the way to Crane Beach, which can be accessed from this property along the walking trails. I cannot explain ...