Notorious Annie's Waterfront Inn

Address: 115 Front Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts, 01945, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 115 Front Street, Marblehead, is near Marblehead Museum & Historical Society, King Hooper Mansion, and J.O.J. Frost Gallery.
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    Sometimes you want to go where everybody...

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Dec 07, 2014

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    ... br> Montreal. My first day I walked around the old part of town. The architecture was lovely and made the place feel very European. Lots of old churches and such. I went to the Chateau Ramezay which is the oldest building in Montreal and now a museum of the city's past. That evening the Montreal Canadiens had a hockey game so i found a sports bar nearby and went to watch. Beer, wings and hockey is becoming a bit of a habit I really don't care to break. I love ...

    "Don't rain on my parade" Barbara Streisand

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 12, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... one of the Columbus Day parades, this year being on the East side. We took the subway under the river and arrived at Maverick Square, at the head of what is clearly the Latino/Spanish area of town. Spanish seems to be the first language of most of the locals and the area did look a little deprived. The internet said the parade would start at 12:00, but the friendly police man told us it started at 1:00 and might arrive in Maverick Square by 1:30. We hung around in the warm ...

    Day One: Leaving the U.S. Behind!

    A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Aug 24, 2014

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    ... was a lot smaller than I thought it would have been.that being said, I got my first taste of what it would be like to hear different languages more than English. The time seemed to move slowly while I was waiting for the plane, but that may have just been because of how heavy my bags were to carry. But before I knew it I was boarding my plane, and it took off at 9:45pm!
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    Harvard and the Harbor

    A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 24, 2014

    6 photos

    Four people getting ready in one small bathroom is certainly doable, but it sure takes a while. That explains why we didn't get on the road to Harvard until around 9:45. As expected it took an hour to get there. Once in Cambridge, Tommy dropped us off and found a place to park. We purchased tickets for the Harvard tour presented by a current student and waited for Tommy to catch up. Our tour guide, Savannah, was a sophomore Biology major ...

    Boston and the Turks

    A travel blog entry by pratthor on Apr 10, 2014

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    ... toward the north at a sports bar - beer/wine and pasta. The locals were raucous and loud over the horse racing. Home, TV, reading and bed (though too early given the time change). April 9, Boston: After a small breakfast at the B&B of cereal, yogurt, English muffin, orange juice and tea, we completed seven miles around central Boston. We by the markets, theater district, Chinatown, Public Library, Storrow Drive, and Beacon Hill. We stop in a bistro for lunch - ...