Compass Rose Inn

5 1/2 Center Street, Newburyport, Massachusetts, 01950, United States | Inn
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    Travel Blogs from Newburyport

    A Tribute to Annie

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Jan 01, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... and doesn't always fall into the boundaries of a typically defined life path. Some individuals, upon learning of my impending trip to Africa, inquisitively stare at me as though I were taking a trip to a molten lava pool deep within Mount Doom in Mordor. Fortunately, Annie does no such thing, and would definitely have a better reference for something that hellish. There have definitely been both "WTF" and "holy ****" moments during the run-up to this trip, ...

    To Blog or Not To Blog: An Uncertain Journey

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Nov 19, 2013

    1 comment

    ... And isn't it just possible that maybe he would have used Google Maps for enhanced navigation?  My response to you is that you can apply "cold hard facts", "undeniable evidence" and "incontrovertible proof" all you want.  But this is my travel blog, and if 21st Century technology was used by 19th Century explorers to receive snapchats, then that's how it was. And yes, hippos do in fact use iPhones--that one seemed so obvious I ...

    Culture & Capitalism/Shopping & Sights

    A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Jul 20, 2013

    1 photo

    ... seen. It's made up of a number of high glass towers each with thousands of numbers etched onto them as well as personal stories from individuals who experienced the camps first hand. I think it was those stories that humanised the memorial and made it so hard hitting. Newbury Street is beautiful, most of the shops are tall brown brick houses converted into boutiques. The street is wide ...

    Day 8 - Boston, Plymouth and flying home

    A travel blog entry by jrammon on Apr 10, 2013

    3 comments, 40 photos

    ... we can ask them any and all questions about what they are doing and what life was like hundreds of years ago. We walk on and enter into the fence village. Inside the village are fenced pens with sheep, goats, cows, horses. Chickens wander the village. A variety of homes line the main "street" which is really a dirt path. The actors in the village stay in their 1627 characters. You can ask them questions and they will answer as though it is 1627. They ...

    Reflections

    A travel blog entry by smallsolutions on Oct 27, 2012

    1 photo

    ... to listen for the sound of the horn and the rattle or catch site of it through the trees. I was still sleepy as my host and I got into the vehicle. The vehicle was full, but Mary directed me to the front seat. I opened the door and there was a small girl asleep on the seat. I picked her up and quickly plopped her in my lap and shut the door. Her mother and infant sister were the other front seat occupants. The girl was so sleepy that she didn't say anything ...