Knights Inn Seekonk

Address: 48 Mink Street, Seekonk, Massachusetts, 02771, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 48 Mink Street, Seekonk, is near Culinary Archives & Museum, Looff Carousel at Crescent Park, Johnson & Wales University, and Adventureland in Narragansett.
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      Trip to Boston days 22 to 25

      A travel blog entry by traceykirk on Jan 26, 2015

      19 photos

      ... It looked beautiful. We made a great snowman before breakfast. Both the weather and need to look after Abby meant we stayed in around the fire most of the day other than walking Lola in the snow. In the evening we had a traditional New England lobster meal with Chowder to start. A lovely day. The following day we went into the north of Boston and had Canoli in the Italian district. ...

      Day 27: Explore Fall River and New Bedford

      A travel blog entry by greg-mary-scott on Jun 14, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... s Center to take the walking tour. We found out that it was free! Nice! As you know, the Underground Railroad was neither underground nor a railroad. It was about helping slaves who had escaped their masters to gain their freedom. You see, New Bedford was a Quaker town. The Quakers believed in the equality of all mankind, and they believed that enslaving another human being was unconscionable. So, there were numerous "safe" houses, ...

      The Pumpkins Welcome You

      A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Oct 06, 2011

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... less than an hour before.

      I navigated my way to Kennedy Plaza where the ‘Sailors and Soldiers’ memorial stood, before heading into nearby Burnside Park to photograph a bronze fountain where a number of dodgy-looking characters were hanging out; one picture was quite enough, even if it was blurry. The sun heading down for the evening also made the area a little shadier, making it a place I wasn’t keen to hang around too long. In haste ...

      Snow Blizzard, Let It Snow!

      A travel blog entry by aussienutzs on Dec 26, 2010

      27 photos

      ... Some say "Diamonds are a Woman's Best Friend"…. I say, "The Tumble Dryer is a Mum's Best Friend." It's a big effort letting the kids out the door for a play in winter. What a pain if you've forgotten something when dressing a little one…. that's if you've got a co-operative soul. Luke has been like dressing an octopus. (He's getting better) Julia of course reasoned quite accurately when she said,"well it's a big change from home where he just wears a ...

      In My Footsteps: Rockland, Massachusetts

      A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Dec 16, 2010

      ... ornaments including a dresser and a tricycle covered with flowers. After that incredible display I parked at the end of Union Street and took a walk to see more of these homes up close. There was a home from 1874 which was blue with red trim and had two large Christmas wreaths ...