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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... over the road from where we are staying at 6.21pm and the place was nearly full. It looked like a lot of them started at 5.07pm. I was able to order an entree ( that's what Americans call a main meal) without the chef having to take out the onion and garlic. It was apricot chicken and shrimps and was superb.They also had Chicken Milan on the menu and I asked if I could have it without the garlic, onion and peppers and the waitress said, "Oh, you want chicken and plain ...
... too big to put in the bag. Everything else was shut for the season,
We had our meal at George's which was a very nice bar/restaurant, having avoided the parade of small (and some larger dogs) which were being walked by their male owners. All of them were male. ALL of them. The fare at George's was fairly standard pizza/pasta, but was very nice. We even had an alcoholic beverage! We remarked several times that a place like that would make ...
... for us with the best double rainbow I've ever seen (possibly the only one). We could even see both ends (full arch!). The rainbow lasted for at least an hour--until the sunset. After that spectacular show we headed to dinner. Earlier in the day we had decided on Pepe's Wharf but we arrived only to find them closing early (before 8pm!) due to a slow night. Bummer! We vowed to come back the following night (which we ...
... lots of them and we ate our entire supper there, along with a couple of glasses of wine. Saw and talked with several people we knew from last year and finally took a plate of food back to the room where we talked and ate and had more wine. After 9 we decided to go downstairs to the bar where we ate and drank some more. Phil, as always, outdrank me and when we were ready to leave and get off the high stools, that he was kinda half sitting on --he fell,-and ...
... 8216;Little Red Schoolhouse’ served as Scituate’s high school from its opening in 1893 until the Gates Intermediate School was built in 1917. Any trip to Scituate needs to include a stop here, there are pamphlets showcasing all of the town’s historical sites and they come in very handy when trying to plan a day trip. Old ...