Blue Shutters Beachside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... not her...she got louder and disruptive so at intermission all the attendants at the FireHouse Theater surrounded her and told her to leave..after a scene she finally left, thank god. This morning we sailed from Newburyport to Gloucester and grabbed a mooring way out in the harbor. A storm was coming in and timed getting off the boat perfectly. We are staying at Sue and John Driscoll's incredible home he just rebuilt in Gloucester, right on the ...
... there, so we just looked as we passed. We ended our tour with a walk through Quincy Market and on the wharf. Our final stop for the day was Tia's where we had some great bloody Mary's, calamari and Dave had some oysters!! Another full day and we are tired. Home tomorrow but our flight is not until 3:30pm, so we do not have to get up early. Hopefully, our trip home goes as well as the rest of the trip. We will do our final entry for this trip when we get home. ...
... overlooking the sea, and with an Asian teahouse on the cliff out front. We had a self-controlled audio tour with the earphones and that was OK. The whole house was very ridiculously opulent and over the top beautiful with decorations etc from European styled palaces. Lunch in the busy Marina area. We had a couple of hours to spend there so walked and walked again. My poor foot is complaining ...
... in the stories of "Make Way For Ducklings" and "The Trumpet of the Swan". Each boat is powered solely by only one driver, who pedals the boat like mad (a bit like on a bike). After the ride we walked around the park looking at the various statues and fauna whilst drinking some freshly squeezed lemonade. Yummy!
Next up on the agenda was a Boston trolley tour, a 2 hour tour of the city which took us to all the ...
Our train got in to Boston just after 10:30 this morning. We got to our hotel, located in the Back Bay Area, shortly after 11. Luckily they had a room ready for us so we could check in and change before heading out the do some exploring. First quest was to do some window shopping along Newbury Street. The buildings along Newbury are mostly all brownstones so there are quite a few shops and ...