Clipper Ship Inn

40 Bridge Street, Route 1A, Salem, Massachusetts, 01970, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Salem

Smoke and Mirrors

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism

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... to tell you either who once lived there, or who built it and when, which was pretty cool.

The streets we walked, when not residential, we're full of stores that sold t-shirts and knick-knacks. We had planned on getting a Halloween costume while we were here, but never came across one store! In fact, there wasn't much in the way of Halloween decor either. Not that you might expect, anyway. There were one or two houses that were decked out awesome, ...

Bewitched

A travel blog entry by knightc

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Today we headed into Salem which was supposed to be about 50 minutes away. By the time we got there it had taken about an hour and a half because we went through lots of small towns as opposed to taking the interstate. It was lots more interesting although slower. This area is very built up and one town flows into another without any farm land in between. There are a lot of houses in the colonial style and of course many ...

We are having a Boston Tea Party

A travel blog entry by simon-nicky

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... had a combo of pancakes, bacon and eggs, whilst Nicky had the Lemon Ricotta Pancakes topped with strawberries. These were both delicious and a very nice treat. All made nicer by the fact they had the Wimbledon Final on the TV - it was the final set so we could not leave until we watched Murray win!

We then meandered through town stopping to admire the Boston Public Library and Trinity Church. After this we walked along to ...

Strange things happening in Salem...

A travel blog entry by mollohan

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... do with any place we visited.

Today we traveled to Salem. As probably everyone knows, Salem is infamous for the witch trials that took place there in 1692 and much of the tourist attractions in the town take advantage of that unfortunate event. We chose to tour the Salem Witch Museum and spent the next 30-45 minutes hearing the details of the story before moving on to just tour the city by foot. We knew we wanted to visit The House of the Seven Gables and since it ...

Beautiful - Wish I could stay longer

A travel blog entry by mari-travel_40.

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... if the man of the family’s found out they were playing such games the girls would get in trouble. We have to remember different times. People also hated each other for being different.

Instead of going to the father they went to the mothers, and the women tried to cover things up, so they went to the slave girl for help. The slave girl Tituba who didn’t know what to do, so she had all the girls pee in ...

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This inn, located on 40 Bridge Street, Route 1A, Salem, is near Salem Witch Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Ferry, and Phillips Library.
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