Duxbury Motor Inn

338 Kingstown Way, Duxbury, Massachusetts, 02332, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Duxbury

National Memorial Day

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke


... city. This means that now Boston has extended into what used to be the coast . The Coast used to be only two blocks away from the Old State House where as now it's a solid mile and a half away (if not more!)! I have also been informed that a 'block' is like one left/right hand turn. Basically if something is two blocks away then it would be like saying its just past the 2nd left/right hand turn. I hope I was not alone in having heard the word 'block' a zillion times but ...

Arrived in Boston!

A travel blog entry by colleenmaryann


We officially landed in Boston! We are so excited that our next stop is Shannon, Ireland. While we waited for our flight we went to get some food. Ian had a lobster roll, Boston baked beans and coleslaw! I had clam chowder! We both really enjoyed our meals! I tried lobster for the first time! It is so exciting to try new ...

Meeting up with the Fleetwoods

A travel blog entry by heidiskinner73


As we walk out to the plane at Saranac Lake Airport, Jay asks if the seat next to the pilot is available. He had purposely hung back so he would be last on the plane in the hopes no one else would sit there. He was told it was his if it was still available. Unfortunately, the man in front of Jay had every intention of sitting there so Jay missed out and was left feeling quite put out. To make matters worse no sooner had we taken off the old guy was sleeping, what was ...

Along the Freedom trail

A travel blog entry by danharriet


... last battle occurred on February 20, 1815 when the USS Constitution engaged in battle with two British warships; a frigate and a schooner. After 4 hours of battle the two British warships surrendered and the USS Constitution ended her war period never losing an encounter with the enemy. Since then she has been used as a training ship during the Civil War, she has sailed around the world during which Pope Pius IX became the first Pope to step foot on American Territory, ...

Cranberry bogs and dirt roads

A travel blog entry by followusaround


... to the rescue and helped as we back through the roads that were practically engulfed by the small berries from hell. Looking beyond the GPS mishap the time in Rochester was more then delightful! The first day in Massachuets we went and hopped on a ferry to the vacation spot of the most well known celebrity in the USA, president Obama. Martha's Vineyard was by far the most exotic and breathtaking place In the US ...


This hotel, located on 338 Kingstown Way, Duxbury, is near Park Street Church, Long Point, Alden House Museum, and King Caesar House.
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