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

Afterthoughts of the Gala

A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on Oct 01, 2014

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... br> The weekend kicked off with a Friday night dinner with the board members. I’m not
going to lie, hearing this made me a tad bit nervous. Thinking, “I am going to meet
these big shots who are going to want me to write up a plan of exactly what I am
doing for the 10 month time frame in Rwanda, ahh!!” To my relief I was receiving
multiple “Congratulations!” or “How excited are you?!” as I was welcomed with open
arms. Everyone ...

Boston Day 2

A travel blog entry by burnsusatrip on Aug 26, 2014

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... and coffee for me. Both were awful tasting so did not finish them. We then walked down the waterfront to board our boat for a Harbour Cruise. Much recommendedf you ever get to Boston. After the cruise we hopped on the bus again to get to our next attraction The Boston Common, a little like Central Park in New York only on a smaller scale. We wandered through the park taking ...

Fenway Park

A travel blog entry by jerry.sue on Jul 12, 2014

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... to walk to the front but not much further and there are all kinds of warning signs. The border here is indicated with a marker and some flower pots.

After a 45 minute wait to get across the border we headed to Fenway Park in Boston to catch the last tour of the day. Even the non-baseball fan Sue enjoyed the tour. We tried to visit the Hard Rock Cafe and Cheers but traffic was terrible so we headed to our hotel in Braintree which is just south of ...

Walking Down Freedom Lane

A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 27, 2014

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... 160; There is a replica in Washington D.C. and is painted in gold.  When we are there next week we would like to find it so that we are able compare and contrast the two. Our next stop was Park Street Church.  William Lloyd Garrison was an abolitionist who stood on the stairs and spoke for slave’s freedom and shouted the famous line "I shall be heard".  After this he was pulled off the balcony and beaten up by others who did not have the same beliefs as he ...

Brace Yourself!

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 22, 2014

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... several remarkable yet exciting games such as 'flip the cup’, ‘slap the hoe’ and the famous ‘beerpong’. I had great fun spending my night as a typical American college student would, including R&B hits and dozens of red cups and ping-pong-balls. Also, it was lovely to hang out with Caroline at her home university as opposed to she spending time at ours, and it was nice to meet her friends. When Remco and I started to become pretty good at ...

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