Waters Edge Retreats

17 Seagate Circle, Scituate, Massachusetts, 02066, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 17 Seagate Circle, Scituate, is near The Black Rose, Widow's Walk Golf Course, WIlbur's North, and Peggoty.
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Travel Blogs from Scituate

Boston day 1

A travel blog entry by kezzacain on Mar 19, 2014

... pianist that lives up stairs who gets murdered but you never see .Check out this link for more info . The end of the play is ever changing as after intermission they get the audience to help in solving the mystery by recreating all the events that lead up to the crime ,the audience then votes on who they think did it and the players the improvise the ending so that the murdered is the same one the audience thinks it is ......pretty cool .Show done we hop a cab back to the hotel and bed ...

A Brief & Recent History of Africa

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

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... interests and have continued to cause friction.

Ongoing Western Involvement/Manipulation: In country after country, you can still make out the marionette strings dangling above national sovereignty, with the clear sign that the West still plays both subtle and overt roles in African geopolitics. Rwanda was one such country where after the genocide of the Tutsis in 1994, it became apparent that both France and Belgium maintained a ...

Hello Boston; Farewell to the Fletchemobile 2013!

A travel blog entry by emfletche on Oct 01, 2013

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... Vermont sheriffs, we can cope with you!

We bid our goodbyes to the FM2013. She has done good, driving 1500 miles over the past 10 days, but we are happy to be free of an automobile. So happy, we pile into the first Irish pub we find for an overpriced Guinness. As nice as it would be to drink all afternoon, there is still a final unpacking to do. This consists of taking clothes out of our suitcase, giving them a quick sniff and then either putting them ...

Boston - Cambridge - Charlestown - Harvard - MIT

A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Sep 03, 2013

... I feel almost bad for "purchasing" a temperature sensitive glass from them, because pints were $2 each, and I think the cheapest I've ever paid, but I returned the next day so they made it up in my custom.

This hit me surprisingly rapidly, and after spending a while getting purposefully lost in the financial district, I returned to my favourite garden to have a tactical nap. By the time I woke up it was 7pm and the light was distinctly faded. En route home ...

Day 33 Cruise - Boston

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Aug 17, 2013

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... ride which led to the war of American independence from the British. We also visited Hanover Street where the oldest standing building exists (circa 1680). We learnt that a strong Italian and Irish heritage is evident in Boston.

Later we walked through two of Boston's early churches:- St Stephens and Old North. St Stephens was built in 1723 and at that time families paid for enclosed pews in the church. These helped to keep ...