Fairfield Inn Amesbury
Travel Blogs from Amesbury
We've been here almost 2 weeks, (with a 24 hour whirlwind trip to Maine thrown in last weekend!) spending time with Jess and Keri, and with Zach, too, who flew in on the Saturday after we arrived. We've managed to eat our way through the area, and Greg ...
... yes", he asked how we were related and Craig said "we're married" and from that point on, the officer could not have been nicer! He was full of questions, smiles and recommendations of places to go while we're here. He finished off by saying that he'd see us on Saturday (where I'm not sure, but he seemed confident that our paths would cross again). So a very ...
... Next we visited the Craft Barn which is where crafters make the clothes, dishes and furniture for the village as well as souvenirs to sell in the gift shops. The wood working is done with no power tools and was fascinating to see. They use a modern kiln for the pottery but do have an old fashioned wood fired kiln outside as well. We had a few minutes to browse the gift shops and then boarded the bus and headed for the waterfront of Plymouth. It was ...
... place where I can know exactly who to talk to based on the books on the table.
I visited Boston Common (a lovely park—pond, bridge, and weeping willows included) once before, but found it quite different this go-round. For one thing, seasonal changes allowed me to perform a miracle: I walked on water.
It was so awesome.
Frozen ponds are a novelty for me, and slipping my way across this one was one of the ...
In this area there are about 12 lighthouses that are listed on the map. Attempting to find these lighthouses however is a whole different story. Down Streets that ended in the ocean, still no light houses. down streets that did nto deadend in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking