Noah's Ark B&B

Address: 1070 State Rd , Westminster, Massachusetts, 01473, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 1070 State Rd , Westminster, is near Cedar Tree Neck Sanctuary, Polly Hill Arboretum, Native Earth Teaching Farm, and Fulling Mill Brook Preserve.
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Travel Blogs from Westminster

Cuttyhunk Island, a slice of paradise

A travel blog entry by nt34simone on Jul 09, 2015

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We didn't sleep well last night due to the rough conditions in Nantucket Harbor, winds blowing 15 kts. But we wanted to be up early anyway to leave by 7:45am to catch the favorable tides in Vineyard Sound. As it is, my prediction was correct and we got a push of 2.2 kts. This not only gets us to our destination quicker, but saves on fuel. ...

Hyannis

A travel blog entry by lorirenaud on Jul 08, 2015

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After our visit to the Sandwich Glass Museum we went to the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis. We discovered that Hyannis is where the Kennedy Compound is located and you can take a harbour cruise that goes by ...

Sandwich Glassblowing Museum

A travel blog entry by lorirenaud on Jul 08, 2015

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... There seems to be two cycles a day for the tides. It's a lot of fun to walk out on the sandy flats during low tide but once it starts to come back in it doesn't take too long. They've already tagged a great white shark near the coast in Chatham this week.

Today was overcast so we thought it would be a good day for a little day trip. We drove about ...

Last day in Edgartown

A travel blog entry by nt34simone on Jul 05, 2015

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... have been consuming. So we headed out to the lighthouse (pix attached) then out of town to look at the exquisite real estate just off the ocean front. It was like suddenly landing on another planet. The homes and landscaping are breathtaking, and it's one home after another just as beautiful. A quick stop at the local deli for lunch then back to the boat. In all, ...

The Roosevelts

A travel blog entry by beckywilliamson on Nov 13, 2012

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... worked in New Bedford as a whaler wrote the book Moby Dick. It was great to see the history of Whaling however it was also sad to see the realities of what this entailed. The whale skeletons are huge! Especially in comparison with the human skeleton (spot the anatomical issue in the picture of the skeleton, I did want to jump over the barrier and correct it but I ...