Quality Inn King's Grant

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

Travel Blogs from Danvers

Make Way For Ducklings

A travel blog entry by sam_i_am


... you're worth as a person, and don't ever give up your dreams for a guy because there are plenty of fish in the sea'. Very good advice, indeed.

When I got back to my hotel, I ate a very good bowl of clam chowder. I'm not sure I'm a fan of the bacon, but it didn't taste of bacon enough to deter me from my enjoyment of said chowder.

Then, I went up to my room and decided to take a bath, hoping it would help my knee (which has turned a horrible ...

Plans, plans, plans

A travel blog entry by fgigase


... Boston Common Gardens, the first stop on the trail. This is America’s oldest public park where the powerful monument to the victims of the Boston Massacre can be found. The trail then goes on to the Massachusetts State House, which stands on the corner of Boston Common, overlooking the park. Just south of the State House stands the Park Street Church, which has been a landmark since 1809. Down the street I crossed the Granary Burying Ground. ...

See you Later America...

A travel blog entry by nicole.firth.40


... which at the time of its building in the late 18th Century, was the biggest warship in the world. It was built by the fledgling US Navy to ward off the British (portrayed as the bad guys AGAIN!) and pirates. And it’s still there! And boy, they are still so worried about pirates (and possibly British retributive attacks ) that you are forced to show ID and have a bag check (including metal detectors). Whether this is in the light of the recent shooting in ...

The Freedom Trail

A travel blog entry by annlincoln


... Paul Revere was signalled using lanterns lit from the Old North Church. Over the bridge to USS Constitution in Charlestown Navy yard. A famous ship built 1797 won 42 battles lost none and never captured by the enemy.Closed and inaccessible due to Shutdown.Up to Bunker Hill memorial commemorating the1775 battle between the British and Colonial forces.Brits won this battle. 9 months later the British were forced out by George Washington and his ...


A travel blog entry by simon-nicky


As we had a very late night last night we slept in but the T line metro stopped right next to us. We got on and headed to the sea front. We had decided to try and get on a boat to go whale watching. We were in luck and there was a boat due to leave and after waiting in yet another queue in the baking sun we got on the boat. This was a long trip into the Atlantic Ocean ...


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 Wenham Museum.
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