Sea Lion Motel

Address: 138 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 138 Eastern Avenue, Gloucester, is near Cape Ann Whale Watch, Good Harbor Beach, Gloucester Stage Company, and Gloucester Center.
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      Boston….Boston Texas (From a Movie)

      A travel blog entry by brians_trip on May 02, 2014

      37 photos

      ... swings. I don't know why but at that time I had the feeling of absolute freedom, it was blissful and for me a confirmation that going on this world trip is 100% worth it. We then had a delicious dinner followed by pastries.

      The next day Michela took us to yoga (note to self…I suck at yoga…note to Ian I can balance my head on the ground as long as my feet are against the wall…Ian did not attempt the maneuver) and she then showed ...

      Travel Guides vs. The Internet: A Few Thoughts

      A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 08, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... them, chapter by chapter. Sure you can skip around the book reading different sections, but you really can't be digitally multi-tasking in the process.

      Mobility: Guess what may not be readily available while backpacking through rural Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia? Unless I'm Thomas Friedman (I will keep digging at him whenever I can!), it's the internet. And even if it is available via mobile phone, it's never ...

      Cape Ann

      A travel blog entry by danbren on Oct 18, 2013

      22 photos

      Gloucester, Ipswitch, Rockport, we did them all. But first we had to cross over the Piscataqua River, leaving Maine behind and entering Portsmouth, New Hampshire once again (although a long trek away from the White Mts). A really cool place, aging gracefully. John Paul Jones lived here, but we missed a tour of his house. Actually, he only rented rooms there in 1781-82 while supervising ...

      Off to Orlando! 14/8/13

      A travel blog entry by liamrudevics on Aug 27, 2013

      7 photos

      ... though I did everything correctly, it cost $162 to send it home but it was such a relief to be rid of it. After that we met up with a few of the others and just walked around Boston, visited the Public Garden which was beautiful and just relaxed. We walked down Newbury street which is a long street with lots of shops that are generally pretty up market which was pretty nice. The architecture and design of the buildings in Boston is so unique, you can have a mixture ...

      Go Bruins!! (Or the train to Wonderland!)

      A travel blog entry by jennell on Jun 17, 2013

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... to see them (although we actually missed one of the goals because we were talking but oh well!) There is another game in Boston and then the series moves to Chicago (which is coincidentally where we are going next) so we kind of seem like ice hockey groupies now- following the team from city to city!!

      On our second (final) day in Boston we caught the ferry to Salem. It was a lovely ferry ride and we passed many beautiful wooden houses ...