Cape Ann Motor Inn
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... y went to a golf tournament playing for charity. Won't be home til late tonite. So hung out being a real slug all day. Then Tony and Nanette, other boat owner and girlfriend , had friends come up from ? And they all went out to dinner. I passed in favor of sitting on the front veranda, looking at the ocean and reading, Tomorrow we set sail to Scituate, which is on the way to the Cape. It will be a long sail. About 7 hours. Will return to Italy quite ...
... great story about the gold grasshopper), Paul Revere House, Old North Church. We saw the USS Constitution from the Harbor and from the trolley but we are going back tomorrow so we can tour it - it was closed today. We also saw and ate lunch at Union Oyster House - the oldest continually operating restaurant in the US. We walked over 7 miles today. We did have to go to Dunkin' Donuts for ...
... but couldn't find one and gave up and headed back to the hotel. Now we're finishing off the cooked chicken for dinner ..... with cheese/tomatoes/celery/carrots and the bread. All good. Trying to find something half reasonable to watch on TV, but without much success. There are so many channels here in America, but there's nothing to watch!! We saw the end of the soccer World Cup and Germany beat ...
... we agreed to re do the first section the next day when Thomas would also be able to join us.
We left the trolley tour at the stop for the Prudential Centre to meet Kir, Jon and Thomas for drinks at Top of the Hub. It was a bar on the 52nd floor with amazing views of Boston. The day ended with a meal at Legal Harborside restaurant where we all enjoyed some amazing seafood, Dad in particular loving his ...
It's Sunday and after a repeat of yesterday's scrum for breakfast - only worse!, I bravely decide to drive into Boston rather than get public transport. An accident on the Interstate caused us leave the freeway and head for Harvard, a stop high on Tamara's list of "must do" places to see. We park and walk round the Ivy League University, before heading on towards Downtown Boston avoiding the freeway. We are soon parked beneath ...