Rockport Inn And Suites

183 Main St., Rockport, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01966, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 183 Main St., Rockport, is near Gloucester Center, Twin Lights on Thatcher's Island, Plum Cove Beach, and Rockport Art Association and Gallery.
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    It was just a walk in the park

    A travel blog entry by pamrich on May 23, 2014

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    ... into a restaurant, and now to a chain of 30, but still in the same family. Great food, with a big range from $10 up to $50 for specialty lobster and similar dishes. We stuck to the lower end, but the service was good and we enjoyed the experience. As we came out we saw an IMAX theatre and decided to head in and caught a great documentary in 3D about the lemurs of Madagascar. It is always interesting seeing stuff in this format and it was up ...

    Boston day 1

    A travel blog entry by kezzacain on Mar 19, 2014

    ... to catch 2 tours while I was threre which covered a brief history of Boston and the rev elocution ,the Boston Massacre ....which wasn't really a massacre ...and not really as portrayed in all the stories and some cool information about Americas fight for independence from the British . After that I had a wander thought the markets and headed back go the hotel to sort the evenings festivities . Tracy was back and feel much better after her massage ,Rach arrived soon after and we ...

    A Brief & Recent History of Africa

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

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    ... Guinea.

    South Africa was definitely one of the more positive countries now, although its history of apartheid is probably one of the most brutal and degrading political schemes ever conceived. The notion in South Africa for a long time was that white minority rule must continue at any cost and that paradigm continued to prevail up until Nelson Mandela was elected president in 1994. Prior to that, policies were deliberately designed ...

    Following an alternative Freedom Trail...

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Oct 02, 2013

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    ... this leaves room for alcohol. We head back down Boylston St and stop at Solas for a nightcap. Solas also gives us the opportunity to get our head round the baseball rules watching the Rays v Indians postseason game. Gutted that Red Sox aren’t playing their first postseason match until Friday afternoon – at which point we will be somewhere over the Atlantic. Still, tomorrow we are off to Fenway to tour their iconic ground… go Sox ...

    Boston - Cambridge - Charlestown - Harvard - MIT

    A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Sep 03, 2013

    ... attempted to resolve with a healthy course of industrial tape, to full blown electrovascular accident, i.e. it doesn't work any more, or only for 30secs at a time. As such and unfortunately, I have next to no photos from Boston. It's a shame because it's a beautiful city.

    First I walked down broad, leafy Commonwealth Avenue, which is lined with gorgeous red-brick houses and separated down the middle by a park punctuated with statues of famous ...