Inn Magnolia

Address: 18 Norman Avenue, Gloucester, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01930, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 18 Norman Avenue, Gloucester, is near Hammond Castle, Stage Fort Park and Beach, Rocky Neck Art Colony, and Eastern Point Lighthouse.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Gloucester

      Zai Jian (Good-Bye) and Ni Hao (Hello!)

      A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Jul 02, 2014

      18 comments, 3 photos

      ... no nearby Starbucks and it's tea, tea, tea---yes, you remember, all the tea in China

      9. Fodor's China in suitcase.

      10. Too many clothes. My personal fortune cookie will say, "You will travel far and wide with way too much luggage."

      11. Gifts for Chinese friends that I see once a year.

      12. New camera. Instruction manual, thank you to Eric and Gabe, my cheering and loving amazing fan club!
      ...

      Boston

      A travel blog entry by ashnloz on Mar 30, 2014

      41 photos

      ... floors. Later we caught the train back to the hotel and slept well like a log! Tuesday 1 April Today we wake to sunny skies which is a relief after the rain and cold of the past couple of days. Today we want to check out the historic Beacon Hill neighbourhood, Back Bay and Fenway Park. Our stroll took us through the Boston Common then into Beacon Hill and it's historic red brick buildings and gas-lit street lanterns that are still operational that are powered right through the ...

      Along the Freedom trail

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

      46 photos

      ... on the colonies. Today the stalls on the ground floor are much the same as they were in the days of Paul Revere. After a short walk of just over a two blocks and we were standing in front of the Old South Meeting House. Here in front of the Old South Meeting House was a large circle on the street that was the site of the Boston Massacre; where in 1770, a group of angry protesters was confronted by 7 British soldiers. Tempers flared and the British Army Troops, who were ...

      Now this is the (coastal) life

      A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Sep 25, 2013

      54 photos

      ... point of getting our own but its hard to argue with the Brit after making him celebrate our freedom from the British in Boston a few days ago. (Greenhorn Double IPA was probably my favorite, Fisherman's Ale was good too)

      Following lunch we did the little walk following the informational placards on posts
      all around town. Near the harbor we witnessed the fisherman offloading the contents of their boats through tubes ...

      July 4th in Boston

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2013

      6 photos

      ... few things and to Fry’s for a few groceries. Red had called while I was shopping and asked for milk and bananas so also bought them for him. And finally home. Then an email from son John: Slipped and fell coming back from checking mail on the 2nd. Dislocated and broke right ankle in 3 bones. 2 metal plates and screws installed in surgery. In cast for next 6 weeks and cannot put ANY weight on it. Crutches suck but only way to move about. $38 cab ride back ...