Hampton Inn Boston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Peabody
... zone, that it would remind me of what I can achieve and what I hope to accomplish in the future. And it would take me to a place that I had always deemed above my skill range, a murky territory that could only live in my imagination as a confusing tangle of scary movie scenes and frightening literary accounts. I'm going to Africa simply because I refuse to say that I had the opportunity to experience it, but life got in my way. I ...
We left our rental early at 8:45 and headed down the road. 95 out of Bangor is pretty uneventful and I saw many things along the way that I wish to go back and explore. The Military Land Transportation museum in Bangor, the Kennebunkport area, and the USS Albacore in Portsmouth, but alas again there is just not enough time to do it all. It was a 4.5 hr drive to where we were staying in Peabody so we got in ...
... biggest rivals, the New York Yankees. It was an awesome game with lots of passionate fans partaking in lots of fun-filled banter. For a baseball game, it was the cream of the crop for spectators, going to extra innings and finishing with Mike Napoli (Red Sox) hitting a home run over the Green Monster to win it.
Boston was a beautiful city that opened our eyes to some of America's rich history and the classic Bostonian ...
... offered plenty of places to hop on and off for more exploration. We got off at Pickering Wharf to grab some lunch and enjoy the waterfront. We'd had some terrible rain on the journey south but the sun had now come out and gave us a good afternoon for site seeing and enjoying the views out over the water. We jumped (hopped?) back on the tour trolley to continue the tour after lunch and got some photos of spooky houses and places used in the ...
... colonists felt heir rights had been abused as Englishmen. The resentment over the tea tax lead colonists who called themselves patriots to dump 342 chests of tea valued at over $1 million in todays currency into the Boston Harbour in 1773
This monument was built in 1825