Address: 909 Hingham Street, Rockland, Massachusetts, 02370, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 909 Hingham Street, Rockland, is near Route 6A and Old King's Highway.
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      Independence Day - Freedom Trail and Salem

      A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 04, 2014

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      ... and lots of shops selling crystals and dragons. One store had a selection of witches' costumes that you could dress up in then pay to have your photo taken. The next ferry back to Boston was not due to leave until 8pm so we decided to catch the train. The station was a tarmac strip with a leaking tin roof which had light bulbs strung on a cable down the centre. We waited almost an hour for the train but the trip back into Boston was ...

      National Memorial Day

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 26, 2014

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      ... skyscrapers, it led to the old meeting house. The Old South Meeting House is where many of the meetings were held that first began to express people's unhappiness and the Boston tea party began here. John Seawall became the only judge involved in the witch trials to public ally recant his actions. He did this at the meeting house in front of the entire congregation. He did this in only took him four years to come around (Salem which hunts were in 1692)! It was ...


      A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Mar 21, 2014

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      ... to have a fight, throw down their gloves and everyone (including the refs) stands around watching until one of the fighters hits the ice, and then the refs will step in. Pretty crazy, but fun to watch! Monday morning we commuted into Boston with Pete and walked 'The Freedom Trail' - this is a 4 km path through Boston, that leads to 16 significant historic sites - we did about 10, and the highlight for us was Faneuil Hall - some important debates here a fair while ago. It ...

      Along the Freedom trail

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

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      ... Massacre. From here Samuel Adams launched the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773 as a protest against the British Tea Tax.

      As we continue along the trail, we passed a statue of Benjamin Franklin standing in front of the first site of the Latin School which was the first public school in America. Everywhere along the Freedom trail history was waiting to impress and educate the walkers of the trail. We passed more baseball fans before arriving at the Boston Commons, ...

      July 4th in Boston

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2013

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      ... Lots to do today. I have moved my things from box to box to box trying to find the right thing to put all in that goes into that SMALL vehicle. I think I finally have it now but could be embarrassing if I have to walk into a motel! There were a couple of roofs damaged from yesterday storm, and we may have another one tonight with 70 mph winds predicted! But I think I am ready. I did call Layla this morning to see if she could do my hair and found that she is vacationing in CA. ...