Comfort Suites - Haverhill
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We headed over to Salem next. I was surprised to see just how close to Boston it really is. I guess, given what happened there, I have always thought of it as being a remote country town, miles from anywhere else. The town itself is really lovely and all of the homes are outstanding, most built several hundred years ago. Another surprise was learning of the areas rich marine history with the Salem port ...
... a couple of blocks decided we didn’t like the sand blowing in our faces and went to the car. Maybe we could go to the woods and walk. So of to the wine store and then the woods but by then it was too late. We wanted to be at the Movie place at 4, and we barely made it with all the traffic. We saw Captain Phillips and it was a very well done move. As we left there Phil noticed he had a message from Paul F----saying Phil had taken his house keys with ...
... home. It is supposed to rain tomorrow so glad to get out today. We had leftover spaghetti and meatballs for dinner and later drove to Sabitino’s but it is packed on the Saturday night so on over to Café Italia for a drink and a salad, and even though it was almost 9 still waited for a seat at the bar. Home and took my tired body off to bed.
September 22, 2013- I did not sleep last night, tired as I was, so did not get up till after ...
... to wait and start walking because even if we got on one, the traffic was so backed up, we'd be sitting there for days. It was a terrible walk. We saw the location of the Boston Tea Party. Pretty cool.
Back at the hotel, we decided not to head out again and order pizza in and watch tv for the first time in 7 days. Literally. Now we are at the pool again. Tomorrow we head out for Cape Cod, Rhode Island and Connecticut. We will spend the night in ...
We slept in but we were still ready to head out shortly before 11am. Our goal: brunch at Neptune Oyster. I had read this was the best seafood in town but that it was popular and, you could arrive at 4pm to have dinner at 7pm. They opened at 11:30 and I knew, if we arrived before then, it wouldn't be too bad. We got to restaurant quicker than planned, 11:10, and there was already another couple waiting. I told ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking