27 Gregory St, Marblehead, Massachusetts, 01945, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Marblehead

Ducking around Boston

A travel blog entry by definaclan


... scrod for linda and the lobster casserole for me. The best was the chowder.

A quick mention on the trains here, this is how a public transport system should run, trains every 5 -10 minutes, easy to get tickets and logical locations for stations with lots of staff. And your train ticket gets you rides on ferries and buses.

At home after the kids went to bed we hit the web to get tickets for the baseball. Tomorrows big adventure.


Trolleys and T-shirts

A travel blog entry by stacimcg


... and Nutella French toast more than made up for it. (Especially given my recently acquired Nutella addiction.)

After breakfast we ventured to Paul Revere's home, just a few blocks away. I was surprised at the spacious size of the rooms and house, given the period. In the bedroom, the designated scholar of a group of older gentlemen touring the house at the same time as us, gestured to a strange iron tool on the ...


A travel blog entry by walters2012


... increased, the skies darkened and the weather came dramatically rolling in. We just passed the area where the Marathon had been so horrifically disrupted due to bombs just a few weeks earlier when the weather hit. One of those American storms – serious rain. We saw the worst of it out on the bus then made a dash for Joe’s American Grill watching a magnificent rainbow over the Marina to complete a day that had had it’s fair share of incidents! ...

Boston is wet

A travel blog entry by northernjane


... pots of cream cheese plus a roller toaster I think.  See Copley Square, go to Gibson House Museum at 1pm to hide from the rain but was really interesting.  Walk up to Beacon Hill and catch subway to Harvard (this route crosses a bridge so has a great view back on Boston).  Harvard grounds were beautiful and the sun came out for a bit but the area is streaming with tramps - I presume they flock to where they ...

One part of the trip ends, ready for part two

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter


... for years, Bill is also one of the organisers at Putnam Camp in the Adirondacks that we visited earlier in the trip. So that was a good evening and next day we focussed on local errands and chores (laundry and the like) and a walk round Lake Waban which sits, mostly, in the grounds of Wellesley College, a private university, where you can play 'watching how the other half lives'! And that evening we took Annie out ...


This B&B, located on 27 Gregory St, Marblehead, is near Jeremiah Lee Mansion, Marblehead Museum & Historical Society, and J.O.J. Frost Gallery.
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