Hampton Inn Marlborough
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... Indian village were in full dress of the times which consisted of skins from the animals they hunted and ate, black bear, deer etc. They were so knowledgable and you are encouraged to ask any questions and they never hesitated with information. We only stated here for a short time, deciding to try and get in front of the school group, which appeared to be growing by the hundreds, and head to the English Village and come back to the Indian Village later. It didn't work, we were ...
... back to Salem. This is the town with its famous history of the Witch Hunt Trials back in the late 1600s, were people pointed out anyone they wished to think was a Witch and they were hung, or one poor fellow was "pressed" to death!! It lasted just over three months. They have a special memorial area next to the original old cemetery from the time, right in the middle of town, where all the names of the condemned "Witches" that were put to death and the date, are ...
... this morning to quite a good buffet breaky. The omelet station also made fresh to order pancakes...... With choc chips!! We got in the car and headed towards Lexington and Concord. Today's sight seeing was based around some historical sights of the Revolutionary War. It was about a 25 minute drive from our hotel. We visited the Lexington visitor centre first which gave us a map for a little self guided walk around the surrounding area, ...
... got through the Spanish Inquisition Hall with no queue!! A first!! Only took seven trips to America to accomplish this. Of course, I then still had to wait 20 minutes for my bags but that’s OK. Me and my iPod had a good time. This is also the first trip where I’ve had to select “Business” as the primary reason for my visit. I had some anticipation of being grilled on this point because, ...
... January 1919, a wave of molasses swept through part of the city at 35 mph. It is now known as the Boston Molassacre. Also, something to think about the next time someone says the phrase 'slower than molasses in January'.
5) Men from Scotland give great advice.
Read the picture captions for more information on what I saw today; somebody (*cough* Mom *cough*) is telling me to hurry it up with the posting, so I gotta go.
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