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Travel Blogs from Rockport
... then went to pick up some photos at Walgreens – but they did not come out right so need to take the original in to see if they can fix it. It is the book cover and Felicia’s, who have hundreds of celebrities’ photos on the walls, want Phil’s book cover for their wall! Then we drove to Concord to see a young woman and husband-Debby and Wally-which he has known for many years. Phil ‘gave away’ Debby and her sister Barbie when they each married and ...
... I managed to find my way to the gym this week and it has proven to be a wonderful stress reliever amidst the huge week of study that I've had!
It's safe to say that most days, I am studying constantly. Which is good in that I am learning so much! The beauty about academic life as an International Student at Endicott is that I have a strong desire to do well in my subjects. I am really enjoying all ...
... you meet the ocean and there are lots of rocks to sit on and just look out over the water. So serene. It is one of mine and Josh's favorite spots in Massachusetts.
I drove from Rockport and passed through Newburyport. Not much to do here, so I just took a few pictures of the local church and then left. I stayed at the Days Inn in Kittery Maine. It was pretty decent for a Days Inn (definitely not like the dumpy one I stayed in in Louisiana!)
... bread was delivered to the table along with the menus. We ordered two appetizers before our waiter had a chance to tell us that cream of vegetable soup ($6) had been prepared that day, so two of us also ordered that. The soup had a thick, chowder-like consistency, chock full of zucchini, summer squash, eggplant, and corn that was grilled and pureed. The prosciutto and asparagus in puff pastry ($7) consisted of three delicate pieces lightly drizzled with balsamic glaze. The ...
... in smoky saw dust covered rooms in meeting houses and taverns all over Boston and Philadelphia over a couple of “cold ones”. These men of different backgrounds, religions, morays and agendas found common ground in these places. From this common ground came ideas, plans and compromises. From these compromises came the United States.
We don’t have these places any more. Growing up in Cleveland every ...
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