Blue Anchor Motel

7 Lincoln Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 7 Lincoln Street, Plymouth, is near Brewster Gardens, Hoxie House, Richard Sparrow House, and Jabez Howland House.
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Sport, Education & TV sets...and final day blues.

A travel blog entry by emfletche on Oct 03, 2013

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... want to go where everybody knows your name…

We take in a pint of Samuel Adams at the Bull & Finch on Beacon Hill. Otherwise known as "Cheers". Disappointingly, everybody does NOT know our name. However, it’s fun to imagine Cliff, Norm and Frasier sitting at the bar and putting the world to rights. I wonder how many times a day the barman is called ‘Sam’ by confused customers. Belly full of Sam Adams, we return to ...

TRavel to Shawme State Park

A travel blog entry by karengilmore on Sep 03, 2013

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- Rain stops and it is MUGGY as Karen sets out to shop.. I hang around the MH and Karen is done in a few hours as the deals are not that great!

- We are now heading south of Boston to a State Park on Cape Cod. I feel like wearing my Canucks Jersey as we drive by Boston but am afraid of getting run off the road! They are passionate sports fans out here! We pull into a place ...

Where only a few people knew my name

A travel blog entry by jackcox on Jul 28, 2013

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"I'm a sailor peg and I lost my leg. I climbed the topsails. I lost my leg. I'm shipping up to Boston. (woah oh oh)." [Dropkick Murphys, 2005]

I stayed with an English couple in Boston. I had a cup of tea and a biscuit when I arrived.

Here is what I learned in Boston:

  • Lobsters look ridiculous but taste fantastic.
  • Baseball is ...


A travel blog entry by travelpod.kly on Mar 30, 2013

... before 10am so we could have a bit of a slower start to our day. I think we were all still recovering from the week before. There were large piles of snow around, waiting for the sun to melt. Some piles were were cleaner than others and the girls thought they were great to play in. This was their first encounter of snow. Boston was colder than NY, between 0-5 deg during the day.


Concrete Jungles where dreams are made

A travel blog entry by padraigobroithe on Sep 04, 2012

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... NYC bound bus.

Having spent 30 minutes looking for my wallet, I was sure I'd miss it. I left Savin Hill with only ten minutes to go. I got there and saw my bus was delyed, really lucky. Had visions of taking the Chinatown 'FUNG WAH' Bus, notorious for spontaneous engine combustion, a total mare for us impatient travellers.

I made a bus friend. Well I think I did. She was also late and arrived behind me in the queue. She asked me was it ...