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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      Puffy hates me

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 07, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... with our Kardashian fix we head to bed.

      Day 5: our last day in Boston and we set out to explore South St Seaport. The first stop was the Boston Tea Party museum…. it looked kinda boring so we just did the walk around the harbour. It was a beautiful day and it was nice to be near the water. We get to the aquarium and Hinesh inquires about going on the hump back whale cruise. Unfortunately the next boat leaves the next day so we had to go without.

      We head back ...

      Not a Tea Party in sight

      A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 14, 2014

      29 photos

      ... Dominion Garden, home of the Boston Celtics. After a quick look around the club shop, we jumped on the subway and took it out to Cambridge, where we had a little walk around the grounds of Harvard University. That was impressive. The buildings were just as you'd imagine, built up of red bricks with ivy running down the walls. We wondered through the law department, where Dave stopped for a picture, and saw the library and the statue of Mr Harvard, before heading back in ...

      Pasta, pasta and more pasta

      A travel blog entry by megenexplore on Jul 09, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... half of the directions and ended up in china town, now I never realised this, but the people in china town are actually Chinese and don't speak much English! But I continued strolling up the street looking like a lost puppy, one man then approached me and asked "are you lost?"... In my head I thought, '****, it's really that obvious!', but the lovely man in a suit (always trust a man in a suit) gave me directions to my hostel. That night I was so exhausted ...

      Whale Watching off Boston!

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 27, 2014

      4 comments, 51 photos

      ... feeding. Whales do not have teeth but they have what look like long dried palm leaves! These substitute for teeth are in actual fact made from keratin or are the same material as our finger and toe nails! Each blade is about 6-9 inches long and when a whale swallows in about 60 gallons of water and fish these 'teeth' act as a firer so the water exits the body and the fish remain. I had always thought that the excess water left the whale from its blow-hole or spout but ...

      Boston, Massachusetts

      A travel blog entry by megan_dibble on Oct 12, 2013

      4 photos

      ... and Museum. The museum took visitors on a journey through the history of the Boston Tea Party and subsequent American Revolution. The museum was interesting and informative, but it was not a great place to be British!

      My second day in Boston, on the Sunday, started with a trip to Harvard University. I spent a good hour exploring the grounds of the prestigious university. There were also lots of old bookstores and a market that needed exploring too ...