Morrill Place

209 High St, Newburyport, Massachusetts, 01950, United States | B&B

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Hello Boston! We are in you.

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism


... when we arrived, so us hardy Northerners went wandering in cardigans or jackets. There were more than a few people, looking at us strangely, while they were all wrapped up in big thick coats and hats. It got a bit chilly by the time we were heading back, but I don't know how much of that was because I was tired. We ended up heading in the direction of Faneuil Hall, so had a mooch around that area. We found a pretty cool art store, where all ...

Culture & Capitalism/Shopping & Sights

A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith


Craig started today off with another run, unfortunately he forgot to wake me so I didn't go with him, I was mightily disappointed..... We went back to the bakery at the bottom of the road for coffee and pastries, they really are amazing. We then headed over to Newbury Street for some shopping and stopped on the way at the holocaust memorial. It was without doubt the most moving memorial I ...

Day 8 - Boston, Plymouth and flying home

A travel blog entry by jrammon


... to tour. They have period actors aboard who tell you about live living on the Mayflower. They also have guides who can answer modern day questions about the Mayflower II. 2020 will be the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower landing so they are getting everything prepared for the celebration. Unfortunately that meant we could not see and tour the Mayflower II on this trip. Time to meet the group at Plymouth Rock. Plymouth Rock is a rock with 1620 ...


A travel blog entry by smallsolutions


... asked, no looks at the abundance of white hair. Just there together on the journey.

In the endless noise and rattling I lost track of all time. We stopped and picked up people on the way, and somehow squeezed them in. After passing through the district capital, where the road seemed even worse than up on the mountain, we suddenly emerged into a construction area. There was a dirt crossover, to get to the beginning of newly paved asphalt, two lanes ...

You say you want a revolution.....well...

A travel blog entry by leighge


... exhausted! The trail visits lots of important sites throughout Boston relevant to the revolution, and with the aid of my trusty $7 guide book I learnt loads about it. It was a fascinating period of history. I visited the site of the Boston massacre, Paul Revere's house, a few more spooky graveyards, the super swanky neighborhood of Beacon Hill and finally then monument to the battle of bunker hill. I climbed the 294 steps to the top and was rewarded ...

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