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Travel Blogs from Newburyport
... side of the road. This road was an unimaginable possibility after more than an hour of teeth jarring riding. We went up, tilted a bit and down, then we were on it – the great black thing, zooming along. It was a short passage from one world to another. For the last 100 years raveling in Kenya was just this experience I had. Now there are suddenly new roads. A two hour journey can be done in less than half the time, and it is pleasant.
... exhausted! The trail visits lots of important sites throughout Boston relevant to the revolution, and with the aid of my trusty $7 guide book I learnt loads about it. It was a fascinating period of history. I visited the site of the Boston massacre, Paul Revere's house, a few more spooky graveyards, the super swanky neighborhood of Beacon Hill and finally then monument to the battle of bunker hill. I climbed the 294 steps to the top and was rewarded ...
... police stuff. No wonder it is so expensive to be a tourist here.
Time to wrap this up. We had a couple great meals at a place called Grog and it fit the name. We walked by many stores but a number of them catered to just Halloween but heh, this is massachutes.....you know, burning witches at the stake (though we didn't see that on our visit). Time for me to sleep and Quinci to conjure up some ghosts for Melanie. See you on the flip side
... the nice touch of chocolate icing and sprinkles on top.Patalano said a new menu will accompany the change in seasons, with dishes offered as specials before they become permanent additions. The short ribs, however, will remain year-round. One customer, in fact, orders them every month when he travels from Washington state for business.“You don’t often see short ribs on a menu in the summer,’’ she said, “but they’re so well-received that I ...
... the place where everybody knows your name and they’re always glad you came. A place where you can see our troubles are the same. Gee, even the fictional TV Boston had it right. The good news is I now have the name of my future tavern. The Third Place.
Instead, today we are saddled with 537 politicians who cannot find a way to accomplish what most American households accomplish every day; don’t spend more money than ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking