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

A little background on the 9 of us.......

A travel blog entry by winjacklinc on Nov 16, 2014

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... packer of the group. However, as all good friends do he is humoring us all by bringing a bigger suitcase should any of us need a little extra room. He has made me green with envy over the years when reading the chronicles of his travels (i.e. Facebook) and I am looking forward to getting to know him better and sharing some pretty fantastic laughs and memories (and wine?) over the next few weeks.









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DAY 38. BOSTON.

A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 22, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... good luck but is the nightly target of "******* competitions" and is cleaned up daily. This was explained as we all watched a guy and his wife poising for a selfie with hand on the shiny boot. Over to Quincy Markets for coffee and a nice little Greek thingy and of course, shopping, home on the Green Line, E trainey trammy thing which with quite a bit of complaining, goes round really sharp corners, a quick walk through the weather and 'home'. Ah, what a day we ...

Go Back, Jack

A travel blog entry by donmiller on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... Still ended up at the princess castle. I finally asked if I was in the right place. Turns out I was. The previous flight was a make a wish flight and the employees went all out with decorations. Costumes and doughnuts AND cake. I had a doughnut (yes they offered), sat down and waited. The plane was no where near as full as I was expecting and it was only 40 minutes to JFK in New York City. Could have used a bit more time for more sleep but there is always the next red ...

Whale Watching off Boston!

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 27, 2014

4 comments, 51 photos

... Taysia explained that when whales feed as a group they creat what is known as a feed bubble. One whale, usually the last to surface, goes deeper into the water to draw up the fish whilst the rest of the group tilt their heads out of the water so that the fish and water drain into their mouths. When trying to spot where a feed bubble is about to occur you look out for the seagulls and birds that congregate on mass around the site aiming to get a few fish for themselves. The ...

Plans, plans, plans

A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 28, 2014

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... br>
Friday afternoon I started off the weekend having lunch with Anne, a Danish girl who I recently met at her party. She is spending a full year at Boston College and has therefore been around for a little longer. We spent hours at the coffee/chocolate bar talking about Boston, New York, Florida and home. It was lovely to get to know her better and to have a friend who knows some more ins and outs of life in Boston and its surroundings. ...