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 on Oct 05, 2013

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... early but gave us time to sort out printing our train tickets and accommodation for Florida. We now have everything booked right through to Mexico :) Got the train back to Boston and had to get the metro and a bus to our hostel - the guy at reception was very helpful and showed us the orange paint that leads back to the metro on the pavement. He also gave us a discount for cash only a few dollars ...

Day trip to witch town

A travel blog entry by northernjane on May 10, 2013

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... if not slower) there trains are.  Not crowded, inexpensive and friendly.  Boston generally is very friendly. Walked back through Boston, picked up a sandwich and glass of wine from supermarket.  Disapointed to see I picked up chicken instead of cheese so wine only for tea tonight.  Currently managing to stay awake till around 9pm.  boom. Train ticket $23 Lunch $30 Dinner ...

Exploring Salem, Massachusetts

A travel blog entry by annierose on Nov 24, 2012

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... walk from the Witch City down to the Salem’s Maritime National Historic Site where the reconstruction of a ‘171-foot-three-masted Salem East Indiaman built in 1797( The replica of which is based on a model of the original Friendship at the Peabody Essex Museum, as well as several paintings of the ship and numerous documents, including logs of the ship's voyages.

Immersing myself at the colonial gardens at the ...

Learning more of the Boston area each time

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 15, 2012

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... my birthday presents – a beautiful bracelet, a fun hat, a puzzle and 10 $10 lottery tickets. We have scratched 7 of them and only won $10! Then a rush to get ready to meet Nick at 5:30. We left here a bit after 5 and as we entered Boston were stuck in a gigantic traffic tie up. All the way to Storrow drive we barely moved. Called Nick who changed or reservation to a bit later. By 6 we were onto Storrow drive – the mess was caused by a closed lane by ...

The devil made 'em do it...

A travel blog entry by beadledove on Aug 19, 2012

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The morning dawned clear and bright, perfect for a brisk walk along the Cape Cod Canal. Large herons and cranes competed with cormorants, seagulls and ravens for places to bask in the early morning sun. A few lonely fishermen were not having any luck. The walkway was busy with lots of walkers, joggers and cyclists…all very friendly! This is the first place I have walked where more people greeted me before I could say “good morning” to them.


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