Morrill Place

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

Spreadsheets & Receipts: A Financial Review

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Mar 03, 2014

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... came to light. It also allowed me to come home and fill in my spreadsheet with relatively accurate actual spending costs, and write a blog post like this. I just know that when taking longer term trips, budgeting can be one of the most headache-inducing experiences for the entire journey. Hopefully these tools, along with the creation of a pretty comprehensive spreadsheet, can take some of the guesswork out of the planning phase of your ...

A Brief & Recent History of Africa

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

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... became the opposition. Angola served as the setting for a vicious proxy war for the Cold War, with three different armed factions fighting each other and supported by either Russia, China or the US. Eventually South Africa played a prominent role too in supporting the FNLA, one of the rival factions. After all was said and done in Angola, Savimbi, the leader of the rebel group Unita and the MPLA essentially maintained strongholds ...

Landed

A travel blog entry by maxcrosby on Aug 08, 2013

Arrived at Attaturk Airport, bought our visas and then through passport control. Very easy. Our swanky budget hotel transport met us in the airport and whisked us away to Sultanahmet by van. In broken English, our driver, originally from Erzurem, pointed out the sights as we passed them and helped us orient ourselves. On arrival, we had a little time while ...

Day 8 - Boston, Plymouth and flying home

A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 10, 2013

3 comments, 40 photos

... Next we visited the Craft Barn which is where crafters make the clothes, dishes and furniture for the village as well as souvenirs to sell in the gift shops. The wood working is done with no power tools and was fascinating to see. They use a modern kiln for the pottery but do have an old fashioned wood fired kiln outside as well. We had a few minutes to browse the gift shops and then boarded the bus and headed for the waterfront of Plymouth. It was ...

Today in Arm-Wrestling Squirrels

A travel blog entry by lilyface on Jan 07, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... things I’ve done all month. If you never have before, I highly recommend it. It is not overrated.


I traipsed around Harvard a bit—an interesting experience, and I enjoyed the old buildings, but like the jerk I am I’ve got to attest that Claremont is much prettier. Also, I genuinely expected everybody’s heads to be much bigger to accommodate for their legendary brains, but alas, I found the people quite normal looking. Pity. ...