8 Fort Sewall Lane, Marblehead, Massachusetts, 01945, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 8 Fort Sewall Lane, Marblehead, is near Marblehead Museum & Historical Society, King Hooper Mansion, and J.O.J. Frost Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Marblehead

Everyone stay calm! No one panic!

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 25, 2014

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... to work either! Sod's law. It's funny that when you are panicked, you never think straight! It occurred to me that if I could get cash out I might be able to top up on store. None of this was certain. When I had bought the SIM card I asked the lady how I could top up every month and she said online, with a top up card or by calling up. I was also worried that as my British debit card had been declined for the top up that it might be locked too. I found a bank ...

Final Drive Day

A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 10, 2014

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... a "free" breakfast but stale toast, not egg "eggs" and sugar cereal is not worth much. OK enough of my rant. On the road we quickly crossed the Connecticut River and entered New Hampshire, our 10th state on this trip. In New Hampshire the hills continue with more pine trees mixed among the maple trees. Up and down the hills we go, round the curves with ski hills here and there. Small lakes peer through the trees, still ...

Under The Sun

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 11, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... day. The T took us from Copley square to Boston College in about half an hour and when we got out of the T we were overthrown by the beauty of the Boston College campus. It might have been because of the sun or just because of the fact that this was at the same time the beginning and the end of our journey; Boston College looked breath taking. All buildings on campus looked like individual pieces of art and it was hard to imagine that I would actually ...

Along the Freedom trail

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

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... This was a celebration that all including children could come and enjoy. Bravo to the Bostonians and the way they celebrated their victory without routines or fighting. Through dwindling in size the crowds along the freedom trail were still large in size, as we walked south along the Freedom Trail.

Following the trail we crossed back across the Charles River and past Copp’s Hill Burying Ground, where in June of 1775, British cannons were positioned as they ...

July 4th in Boston

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2013

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... few things and to Fry’s for a few groceries. Red had called while I was shopping and asked for milk and bananas so also bought them for him. And finally home. Then an email from son John: Slipped and fell coming back from checking mail on the 2nd. Dislocated and broke right ankle in 3 bones. 2 metal plates and screws installed in surgery. In cast for next 6 weeks and cannot put ANY weight on it. Crutches suck but only way to move about. $38 cab ride back ...

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