Hampton Inn - Haverhill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Unser Weg führte uns in ein amerikanisches Ballenberg in Portsmouth. Für die Nicht-Schweizer. Dies ist ein sogenanntes Museumsdorf, wo einfach alte Häuser die vergangene, lokale Zeit repräsentieren. Viele der Häuser kann man begehen und in Strawberry Banke gaben auch in jedem Gebäude, Personen ihr Wissen weiter. …
... built downwards, which goes down 6 floors and out under the grassed area in front which is now known as the stacks. Very interesting! After the tour we went to a bar called John Harvard, known to be the founder, in fact he was just a major benefactor. One of James friends joined us for food and we just needed up chatting about university, sport and how things are surprisingly much different in the UK. We caught the red line back to our hostel around 9.45pm for another sleepless ...
... up for Halloween!
Had to take a drive into Manchester by the Sea! Stopped at train station, to see where the Manchester train goes to it stops in Salem, but not Sale where I'm from!! We had a nice walk around the harbour & stopped for coffee but we couldnt find the nice beach its boast about!
We were planning on taking the ...
... all the stuff each of us will need... stuff like water bottles, sunglasses, hats, bug spray, and all our crazy technology, and the cords and chargers to go with all of our crazy technology!
I pulled out a big, red recyclable bag and have been filling it up with useful stuff I think we'll need to bring with us. Stuff like books, and journals, and magazines, and flashlights, and colored pencils, and laundry bags. It's just a lot of stuff. And a lot of organization. Ugh.
... Italian neighborhood to overpriced yuppie ghetto filled with expensive Italian restaurants and some remaining Italian-themed businesses.
The Freedom Trail continues into the modern downtown. Faneuil Hall, the “Cradle of Liberty” which hosted America’s first town hall meeting is now at the center of Quincy Market, an outdoor downtown shopping and restaurant center. I know the area well since I lucked out in July 2004 and somehow managed to get ...