Hampshire Inn Conference Center
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Kind of a showery day today on old Salem town. Went For a bit of a walk. Had our first clam chowder In a bread basket . Yum. Then went to the bar of our,hotel. I went back to the room,for a while and then went back and we were tsing to a couple of guys, one had a dog. After ...
... was believed but also how difficult it was to protest your innocence or prove the girls wrong! mrs Proctor was saved from being hanged as she was pregnant and so the law decreed that they would have to to wait until the baby was born. She survived the trials and was released before her baby was born but this was only a week after her husband, John Proctor', had been found guilty, despite a local petition to protest his innocence, and hanged. There was then a tour of the ...
... Food and Bakery. We even tried an appetizer of jelly fish-honestly, it is not as bad as it sounds! It was cold and sliced thin on a bed of sprouts and some other unidentified things. Then walked around a bit and headed back. We each got some hot cider in the lobby and then up to the room to warm up. We had planned to go to Imax, a long block away but once we were warn just couldn’t get dressed to go back out. Hung around here till dinner time, but ...
... in Las Vegas!! This really shook me up! I can’t stop thinking about it and the one in Nevada! But finally on home to find a paper posted to call the gas company to come out and purge our gas lines and restart the gas. Now we have to just wait-sometime tonight or tomorrow. So we will sit down and have some wine and hope they come soon. Later the guy showed up and took all of 2 minutes to check that our stove would light correctly.
We travelled down the coast to Salem today --- home to the witch trials of the late 1600s. While the whole "witch" thing is totally over-commercialized, there is, if you look, some fact-based information. Pam went on a tour while I sat with Maeve, as we couldn't disguise her as a guide dog, in following with their regulations. Even Pam's attempts to say she was a ...