Gloucester Inn By The Sea
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... you all know that I posted a ton of pictures from my adventures in Boston on facebook just a couple of days ago. Feel free to look through and comment on them! I would love to hear from you. Speaking of which, I have a mailbox here that is feeling pretty lonely. If you send me a letter, I promise to send you one back! My address is below.
1155 Tremont Street
Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120
I love you all!
... after talking to him for about 5 minutes I automatically felt comfortable around him. He was retired and is currently living in Florida, he'd booked a two week trip up the east coast and back down again, while talking he had told me that he likes to have chocolate milk and cookies before bed but needed to walk to the store, and so I felt it was only right to walk with him. When returning from the store, he had his chocolate milk and cookies and said ...
... gave me a bit of a walking tour of Boston. It was great walking with a local; I learnt a lot about the history of Boston and we ate at an excellent lobster restaurant for lunch. The different parts of Boston certainly are varied; beacon hill is made up of rows of listed Victorian town houses with pretty flower boxes which were so idyllic that they did not look lived in . This part of Boston was very quiet and you definitely felt the wealth leaking out of every corner. The ...
... covering a lot of distance, but soon realized we had been inefficient in covering all the major sites we wanted to see in Boston. After looking at a map we realized that we had hopscotched around the Freedom Trail. Instead of pursuing the sites of American History in a logical order, we started our tour the next day in the middle of the Freedom Trail and spent the afternoon backtracking and retracking many of the famous ...
... for the night, so we ended up just walking around a bit in Salem. And even that was too much in my opinion. The biggest time of the year is October. Figure that one out. People are already walking around in costume and stores are decorated. Maybe later they'll have bonfires at each corner... So, on to Concord and the Minutemen. We'll try to catch a ferry to Boston later from the Cape Cod ...