Seven South Street Inn

7 South Street, Rockport, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01966, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 7 South Street, Rockport, is near Gloucester Center, Twin Lights on Thatcher's Island, Plum Cove Beach, and Rockport Art Association and Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Rockport

October iin Boston area

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Oct 01, 2013

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... Italian Sausage for breakfast, and I had cereal. He did a lot of phoning today and looks like we may have 3 book signings coming before Christmas!! I may miss one unless I can get all done and fly back here earlier than I had planned. Then off to the beach-It was 80 degrees today! Phil swam and I talked to the gang. Then we all talked until, one by one, all had to leave. We then drove in rush hour traffic to Medford to Kappy’s for wine for Phil and ...

Beautiful - Wish I could stay longer

A travel blog entry by mari-travel_40. on Jun 30, 2013

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... It took about 3 days before he died. I said about 3 days because some said 3 days while others said 2 days. So I will stick with about 3 days. This man ( ) was placed on his back with a board on his chest and every hour the Sherriff would order a bolder on his chest. ( ) would say, "Add more weight." Right before he took his last breath, he yelled to the Sherriff “I curse you and the town of Salem”.


Day 3: History and Rainbows

A travel blog entry by tieken on Jun 17, 2013

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Tomorrow we are taking the train into Boston to walk the Freedom Trail and explore the city. Hopefully, the weather will cooperate and we can take our candlelight ghost tour in the evening.

Even though we haven't had any supernatural experiences yet, we could definitely feel presence of those who lost their lives on Gallows Hill, in Lexington and in Concord. History is such an amazing thing to appreciate!


Snowy Boston to sunny Mesa

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jan 07, 2013

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... goes through shoes in about 3 months with his Charcot-Marie-Tooth foot problem. He bought 3 pair of regular and 1 pair of hightop hiker boots. I bought a tiny size for Kyle and hope to mail them soon. Next was a stop to see ‘aunt’ Catherine who is an aunt by marriage. She had a cold so we only stayed long enough for him to sign her book. Next stop was the YMCA to chat with Wendy, and see if Saul could go out to dinner tonight. He could and we took him to The Mt Vernon ...

Learning more of the Boston area each time

A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 15, 2012

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... dropped back in history. Jim would have loved this! He was very proud of having an ancestor on the Mayflower. Leaving there we drove on to Plymouth to Phil’s cousin Dickie and wife Mary’s home for a short visit. I had some smoked salmon for her. She had never had ‘smoked’ salmon – they only have Lox here – they do not understand smoked salmon. We left with a sack of tomatoes from her garden. From there on to ...