Williams Guest House

Address: 136 Bass Avenue, Gloucester, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01930, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 136 Bass Avenue, Gloucester, is near Good Harbor Beach, Main Street, Gloucester Center, and Plum Cove Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Gloucester

Biking Through Cape Cod

A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 23, 2014

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... After breakfast, it was another 5.3 mile ride back. For a family that doesn't ride bikes, nearly 11 miles in one morning was pretty impressive and I was proud of our accomplishment. Then it was back to the RV to pack up and head north again.
Our first stop for the day was Plymouth, Massachusetts. There was a cancer walk similar to our Relay for Life taking place, so the town was extremely crowded. There was also a Harley motorcycle ride with over 400 riders. The ...


A travel blog entry by ashnloz on Mar 30, 2014

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... sites, the last 4 stops in Charlestown (Northern part of Boston) we will save for tomorrow because tonight we are going to our first NBA basketball game! An old favourite eating place from our last trip, Chipotle, was on the way home so we stopped there for a burrito and got ready at the hotel for the basketball game. The green T line from Copley station took us directly to the game at TD Garden in about 15 minutes. The atmosphere was electric and full of hype at the game. ...

Along the Freedom trail

A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

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... the Americans along the route of the coming British. By the time that the British had arrived in Lexington all of the weapons had been moved and a group of approximately 40 Lexington Militiamen were waiting on the village commons. There this small band of farmers and trades men that had just been trained confronted over 200 British Army regulars that were veterans who had fought in many wars before coming to America to enforce British Rule of the colonies. The origin of ...

Boo!!!!.............Salem, MA

A travel blog entry by renee.harbig on Oct 13, 2013

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... was I wrong (and very disappointed)…..the majority of the activity was right in downtown Salem, around the pedestrian mall area. Now don’t get me wrong, there was plenty of witchy stuff in that area, shops/stores that are there year round and there were a few outdoor type booths but there was nothing mysterious or spooky or even historical about this area. The ambiance was very lacking. We did take one of their night ...

July 4th in Boston

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2013

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... No real reason, just not as good on the job as others have been. He even asked me what was the best way to get to the airport!! I told him he was the driver and let him figure it out—Lots of people at the airport today—lots! Even the line for us with printed tickets was long, but finally through that and then on to security. Another long line but no problems. I had about an hour to wait before my Phoenix flight. I thought I had a straight through ...