Salisbury Beach State Reservation Campground

Beach Rd. Rte. 1A, Salisbury, Massachusetts, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Salisbury

Back to Boston

A travel blog entry by lisajoa


... cent counts!!! We walked back to the metro and went for dinner at Quincy market had a curry which was lush, wandered down to the waterfront for a bit and then got the metro back to the local station walked back this time instead of the bus. Actually feels really safe here still, even though you know you're not in downtown Boston anymore - got to be up early tomorrow to get the megabus to New ...

Snowy Boston to sunny Mesa

A travel blog entry by teamcc


... given a very nice table by the window. Actually, most of the tables have very good views. It was a very nice dinner, well presented and very good, though the price seems a bit high - $380 for the 4 of us including tip. But we had expected it and it is indeed a treat to eat like this – something we do not do often. I love our friends, Don and Annette and we are trying to get her to go with us Friday night to the Ebony Winter Gala put on by the United Minorities Professionals ...

More adventures in Boston

A travel blog entry by teamcc


... by the end of this month!

Oct 11th Thursday – When we arrived at home last evening the car was flashing the low tire light again, but when Phil checked this morning there was no tire low. He took the car back to Volvo and told them to replace the sensor if it was going to give false readings all the time, and he walked home – about 1 miles. Later we walked around Quannapowitt Lake stopping at the sausage man’s truck for ...

More than witches....

A travel blog entry by thesairs


So, if you are anything like me when you think of Salem, Massachusetts you think of the witch trails. It came as a bit of a surprise to me when I looked up the national park here and discovered it was about the cities maritime history, not the witches!

Here's what we learned. Shipwrights were at work in Salem soon after its founding in 1626. In the 1630's Salem was one of many New England fishing ports. But shipping soon proved ...

The devil made 'em do it...

A travel blog entry by beadledove


... we headed for Plymouth to view the famous rock. It sits under a neo-classical portico right on the shorefront in Plymouth. Apparently the idea that the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock is something of an fictional tale told by a descendent of the first settlers, but there it is, nonetheless, immortalized for all to see in a very pretty bayside park. There is also a replica of the Mayflower tied to the dock nearby. It is amazing to see the size of the vessels ...


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