Everett Torrey House

Address: 119 Kent Street, Scituate, Massachusetts, 02066, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 119 Kent Street, Scituate, is near Widow's Walk Golf Course, WIlbur's North, Peggoty, and Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.
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Travel Blogs from Scituate

Tour of Boston and Harbor

A travel blog entry by sandycropper on Sep 20, 2014

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... the Aquarium. Then we walked over to the Financial district going through lots of green parks along the way. Also walked through China Town. Then toured Boston Commons where we saw the Swan Boats. The last stop of the day was the Boston Public Library. The architecture is beautiful Walked through various sections and saw the outdoor garden area. Decided to take a cab home since our feet were tired. Great day of seeing a few of the ...

Harvard!

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 10, 2014

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... than the world's most famous uni. We were hungry so we looked for food, and when I walked past a bar that had kangaroo burger on the menu, my decision was made. I made Sofi try some because she sounded dissapointed that I was eating Skippy. I think she gets it now. If we weren't meant to eat kangaroo, they wouldn't be so tasty when they are squished into a patty ...

Freedom Trail

A travel blog entry by gennid on May 27, 2014

... clothes tomorrow. Met some people from Alaska when we were at Paul Revere's house and they said it was warmer in Alaska (Anchorage) than Boston. Returned the Cheers for tea because Steve wanted the Clam Chowder. It was really cold today, it kept getting colder the longer we were out exploring. By mid afternoon it was 11 degrees. Fortunately it remained relatively dry when we were out ...

Brace Yourself!

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 22, 2014

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... of the number of empty chairs in the rest of the stadium, they always support their team to their greatest ability. Chairs seem redundant since everyone stands throughout the game and it is this section that gets captured on the game-cam the most. Everyone stands singing and yelling in their Boston College gear and they have certain rituals that do not make the opponents feel very welcomed, and I must admit that it felt great to be a part of this! Needless to say, the ...

Hopping On and Off in Boston

A travel blog entry by sueton on Oct 17, 2013

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... the oldest war ship afloat in the world - we opted for the guided tour and learnt all sorts of things about war in them those days - and that canons on a ship are called guns - they can only be called canons on land - despite the fact that they are the same thing. On the way - we encountered the Ringley Brothers circus performers - giving the elephants their traditional North End Breakfast. Next stop was the Cheers Bar - for a late lunch of fish and chips and buffalo ...