White Horse Motel

Address: Taylor Avenue, White Horse Beach, Massachusetts, 02381, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Taylor Avenue, White Horse Beach, is near Pinehills Golf Club, Waverly Oaks Golf Club, Brown's Bank, and Hobbamock's Homesite.
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Travel Blogs from White Horse Beach

Learning about Lighthouses

A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Jan 09, 2015

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At 5:30 we went to Nabska lighthouse. From there we saw different lighthouses in the distance. There are different types of lighthouses apparently.
Flashing: showing a single flash at regular internals, the duration of the light always being less than the duration of darkness, not more than 30 flashes ...

Day 4: Stonehill College, Brown and Providence

A travel blog entry by kpincus on Apr 23, 2014

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We are hitting the road and leaving Boston for Providence, RI. It's a little rainy and we are gearing up for another full day. We had to wake the kids early and get them moving. Tired faces all around but with time they will wake and take in some new colleges. Stonehill College, MA - Holy Cross School 20 miles south of Boston. Small liberal arts college in the heart of New England. Rural, pretty, brick buildings and rather stately. What ...

Historic Boston

A travel blog entry by cvoigtlaender on Aug 07, 2013

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Today we plan seeing the older parts of Boston after parking the bike downtown. The AAA tour guide helped with a nice route to walk and a hint on parking options. This afternoon Liv will choose on window shopping or a look at the Boston harbor. For tonight we have a reservation in Danvers just north of Boston. If all goes well we will be at the movies once ...

Got the Trifecta Again!!!

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on May 21, 2013

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... and went on to win Presidential elections in 1932, 1936, 1940 and 1944. He was truly loved by the American people. He steered us through two of our most difficult times...the Great Depression and WWII. His most famous speech started with the words, "December 7, a date that will live in infamy..." after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. And he started "Fireside Chats" with citizens tuning in on their radios...that's why the President still ...

Two more weeks to go, 2 more weeks till home time

A travel blog entry by vickymack on Aug 09, 2011


... where we were staying and then went to allies for dinner as mikayla was going to friends for a party. Allies family were so nice! They had prepared a proper family meal for us! We sat round the table and had salad and chilli with rice :) it was amaaazing! We chilled at allies for a bit, watching color war dvds and we met one of her friends who had just got back from ireland. At 11ish we headed back to mikaylas :) we sat and chatted ...