Quality Inn King's Grant

Address: Rt. 128 North Exit 21 At Trask Lane, Danvers, Massachusetts, 01923, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Rt. 128 North Exit 21 At Trask Lane, Danvers, is near Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Ferry, Salem Willows Amusement Park, and Glen Magna Farms.
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Travel Blogs from Danvers

New England

A travel blog entry by handh on Oct 01, 2014

1 comment, 91 photos

... After this the Mayflower ended up with 102 passengers. Half were the separatists who King James allowed to return to England from Leiden, Holland where they had taken refuge after he banished them. In the evening we returned to the Plantation cinema to join 5 others to watch Tracks in a lovely cinema. This was a story of Robyn Davidson who trekked 2000 miles across Australia with her dog and 4 camels, occasionally meeting up with a National Geographic cameraman to record the feat. ...

Getting Settled In

A travel blog entry by madisonmcd on Sep 17, 2014

... really enjoyed is being able to go explore the city. I have walked down to the Charles River a couple times and it is beautiful. There is a dock right up on the water that we go to put our feet in and chat. I love watching the sailboats and looking at MIT across the way. Leah, my roommate, and I also took a trolley tour of the city. It was super fun to listen to our tour guide. He knew a lot about the history of Boston. We drove right over the finish line of the ...

Puffy hates me

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Aug 07, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... best lobster in town. There are lots of souvenir shops too selling seashells and other sea type gifts. I drag my friends to another candy store where Geline and Vic try chocolate covered bacon…. why why why? I want ice cream for desert so we walk around town looking for the best ice cream in town. We end up at Rococo. There is a line out the door for the ice cream and we are told by an old man that the ice cream is "terrible" as he happily licks his waffle cone. We get to the ...

Independence Day - Freedom Trail and Salem

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jul 04, 2014

18 photos

... half the price and half the time of the ferry. My advice would be to bypass Salem if you are ever in Boston. Boston itself is beautiful. The city is clean and a lot of care has been taken to preserve the old historic buildings while making way for the new. Saying that, the trolley bus man who gave us a lift into Salem from the ferry wharf, so that we didn't have to walk in the rain, is a star. We didn't take his tour and probably should ...

Boston, the city of smart, fit people!

A travel blog entry by b_btravel on Apr 03, 2014

15 photos

... the most fascinating science exhibits we have ever seen and three, acting like a child was mandatory. The lightning show was definitely a highlight but static electricity is not my friend. I can't even get out of the car without getting zapped and if the car doesn't get me then the first door I touch does. So after two days of science and academia, it is time to move on. To New York my friends, to New York. Bec ...