Rockport Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We leave early, driving the coastal roads. A little rain but not too bad. Stopped in Camden, pretty boats ($$$) to see, stopped at Cappy's for bakery and coffee. One more quick stop in Bath. Found Sam Adams Brewery in Boston, found parking, fun tour, shopping. Walked to Doyle's Pub for Sam and sandwiches. Walked back, said our goodbyes. Bad traffic out of Boston. Found a great room in Sturbridge MA, Scottish Inn, newly refurbished. Sad to leave J&K - such fun we ...
... silversmithing. In 1775 he left his home and slipped out of the City to warn the Revolutionaries of the British advance and later took a commission in the Bostonian Army. The walk took in several notable Churches which supported the Revolution and after a very long walk crossing the Charles River we finally ended up at the Bunker Hill Monument, a site famous for one of the last defeats by the British Army before the final victory ...
... from our Hotel. Entering the shop full of confidence from my NYC breakfast debacle I approach the Bagel rack with confidence. Fumbling the tongs bagels fly and I have to be to assisted. Then at checkout I realise I have forgotten the iced coffee for Candace. Proudly, I return to the check out with a beaker of tepid coffee and no ice........ Candace had pulled out all the stops and arranged a boat trip to PROVINCE TOWN better known as "P-TOWN" at the tip of Cape ...
... br> than the reality of his presidency.
So I was hoping to see some Southies in South Boston, the
working-class Irish-American Bostonians who talk like Marcky Mark. They’ve
apparently all been priced-out to the suburbs, and the South Boston peninsula
neighborhood clearly now has a mostly yuppified population that speaks with
university grad accents. That’s no fun!
While most of central Boston is pleasant enough to stroll
... identities think about: Being too excited to sleep, but knowing how precious sleep is. So, in front of the entire row 15, I popped a pinked and white Benadryl so that I could start adjusting to the insane European allergy season that comes in April, but more importantly, to not let the screaming babies wake me. I hoped that it would instantly transport me to Lisbon (with a pit stop in the Azores, islands in the middle of ...