Gloucester Inn By The Sea
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... a "free" breakfast but stale toast, not egg "eggs" and sugar cereal is not worth much. OK enough of my rant. On the road we quickly crossed the Connecticut River and entered New Hampshire, our 10th state on this trip. In New Hampshire the hills continue with more pine trees mixed among the maple trees. Up and down the hills we go, round the curves with ski hills here and there. Small lakes peer through the trees, still ...
... pay $750 before getting the next flight. Thank goodness Steve had spent the last two weeks driving around Texas because he handled the Houston morning traffic like a pro. We made it with 5 mins to spare. Man we needed a drink after that. (Any excuse for a drink....after all we are on vacation!) Finally arrived in Bwoston and checked into our B and B (The Gilded Lily) in the South End of Bwoston. Very chic place with lots of restaurants and bars etc. Steve ...
... a mile of the place and figured the patio bars would be just as bad. Boo hoo! I do want to give kudos to Honey though…Salem, haunting, witches, tombstones…this is of absolutely no interest to him but he hung. I may have had (a lot) more fun with my girlfriends in Salem but this blog is called Adventures with Honey for a reason..so, thanks Honey!
Cutting Salem short left a couple of days to discover the ...
... is the centre of some of the most advanced research in robotics and electronics, and their museum is a fascinating collection of gadgets that most people couldn't dream of. From the largest collection of holograms in the world, to 3D-printed guitars and functioning robots, we ran around with our jaws at our ankles and felt quite comparatively stupid. I managed at least to understand the mathematical jokes on the gift-shop t-shirts, though ...
... when they'd squint and cock their heads with that "what?" look. Quick elbow to the rib.
Last stop today was dinner at Cheers. Not the original door front. They've watered it down to various locations around town. I felt a little guilty being there. Hunger won...no hungry kids won. Good news and bad news. The food took a long time to come out because "the kitchen lost the order." I was a waitress. That is code for "I messed up." Good ...