TownePlace Suites Boston North Shore/Danvers

238 Andover Street, Danvers, Massachusetts, 01923, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 238 Andover Street, Danvers, is near The Witch House/Corwin House, Witch Dungeon Museum, CoCo Key Water Resort at the Sheraton Ferncroft, and Salem Witch Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Danvers

    BOSTON:- A great Historic and interesting City.

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Jul 21, 2014

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    HISTORY The first settlers of Boston arrived in 1630 (750 colonist) and named the settlement after Boston in Lancashire. The town quickly developed and was almost ignored by Britain until around 1660 when Charles II took control of the New England Colonies. Merchants were then forced to trade exclusively with Britain but smuggling was rife. The colonists were outraged by unfair taxation (without representation) and keen to establish their own rule but ...

    Day One in Boston!

    A travel blog entry by courtneyhoward on Jun 11, 2014

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    Today was insane. So much can happen in a day. Long recap that I wrote till midnight below. Lucy and I went down to the lobby for our free breakfast, so many options although most were very unhealthy. They had cinnamon rolls, fruit, cereal, yoghurt, omelette, oats and the most interesting...pancakes. Most of the items were in convenient machines, so the pancake maker looked like a scanner, that literally printed out the pancakes once they'd finished "Processing 1 out of 2". They ...

    It was just a walk in the park

    A travel blog entry by pamrich on May 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... into a restaurant, and now to a chain of 30, but still in the same family. Great food, with a big range from $10 up to $50 for specialty lobster and similar dishes. We stuck to the lower end, but the service was good and we enjoyed the experience. As we came out we saw an IMAX theatre and decided to head in and caught a great documentary in 3D about the lemurs of Madagascar. It is always interesting seeing stuff in this format and it was up ...

    Boston

    A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Mar 21, 2014

    12 photos

    ... to have a fight, throw down their gloves and everyone (including the refs) stands around watching until one of the fighters hits the ice, and then the refs will step in. Pretty crazy, but fun to watch! Monday morning we commuted into Boston with Pete and walked 'The Freedom Trail' - this is a 4 km path through Boston, that leads to 16 significant historic sites - we did about 10, and the highlight for us was Faneuil Hall - some important debates here a fair while ago. It ...

    Boston sightseeing.

    A travel blog entry by wheresmisty on Oct 15, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... you back about US$60 000...a year in fees alone. Along the way learnt some history, saw some great Boston sights, and generally enjoyed Boston. Quite a different feel to New York City. And thats it for the day. Early mark, more italian food.....no TV, will watch YouTube instead. More sight seeing tomorrow. Oh..trivia..... Did you know that there are 85 ....yes...85 Dunkin Donuts locations in Boston alone? Doesn't say much for their taste in coffee nor donuts does it ...