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... aside so she can wait on us. We decided to give them each a $10 scratch ticket for a Christmas gift. They were sitting with others at the booth behind us and we heard a lot of talk but not really listening. Then Michael was up yelling and bouncing around and hugged and kissed both of us and so did Ellie! They had decided to pool the ticket winnings and first they had $100 and then they scratched off more and there was a $500 win! They were ecstatic! Really made their day-not a ...
... Peabody moved to London after making his first fortune, got to be even richer in London through banking etc and then got a conscience and built estates to house the working poor in London - so not just a connection, the same guy!
Then back to Boston to pick up Annie, Monty the dog and a ton of luggage and food and whatnot for the slow drive through driving rain and terrible traffic to the house Annie and ...
... might expect at least 100 percent profit.
As happens, Salems maritime prominence began to fade in the 1840's. It couldn't compete with bigger ports like New York and Boston which could handle bigger ships but also had an inland transportation networks. Salem ships called at foreign ports until the early 1890's when the last square rigger cleared Derby Wharf. The National Park site contains Derby Wharf along with the remains of ...
... can be very tourist-y on the weekends. I was here on a Sunday, and there was A LOT of people out, especially near the shops in Bearskin Neck (and the parking was very limited!). Motif #1, located on Bradley Wharf in Rockport, is a fishing shack well known to students of art as "the most often-painted building in America." Built in the 1840s as Rockport became home to a colony of artists and fishermen, the shack became a favorite subject of ...
... are talking and laughing and not paying attention! I drove on with no more problems. We did not go home but to Melissa’s for an appetizer. I was really not hungrey but Phil thought he was. We talked with a couple seated by us who were dress to the 9‘s! Very elegant and fun to talk to. Then home for wine and talk before retiring for the night.
Sept 4th-Sunday- In this mornings paper was an article on our favorite dining place. Phil has ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking