Captain's Bounty on the Beach

Address: 1 Beach St, Rockport, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01966, United States | Hotel
 
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      I miss you Cia!!!

      A travel blog entry by chopsticks on Jul 03, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... I miss you Cia! We talked for about 30 straight hours!!

      So my ipad says 4pm and I got up at 4am and I will probably arrive at 4am-ish with a missing day somewhere in between. Or will I add a day? As we sat at Logan, one member of the group had to buy a watch because she forgot hers and wanted to be sure to know what time it is...good luck with that! I will be happy to know what DAY it is! nuf said on that! My ipad is already at 60%, but I have only traveled 20% of the ...

      Quaint residences, lobster and clam chowder!

      A travel blog entry by johnfblack on Jun 09, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... Bearskin Neck. See photo of the sign for a story. The shop entry is right on the narrow street. Most have shingles on the roof and many have them on the walls.

      It is a sizable town, bigger than New Norfolk I think. I wonder if there is a congregation here? Lots of galleries and souvenir shops of course, and eating houses.

      On the way back we saw a couple with ...

      Buying A Home Is An Exciting Experience

      A travel blog entry by rat60chong on Mar 18, 2014

      ... a notary. This helps you prevent frauds and make sure you are paid. When selecting real estate property, you must check out the type of plumbing, in order to be ready for repairs later on. A lot of the plastic pipes commonly used through the early 80's, could get very brittle and fail after all those many years of use. If this type of plumbing remains in the home, then you will be the main one bound to the repair bill.