Stepping Stone Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we could’ve paid any one of the 1,000 dressed characters for a photo - although not tempted by any of these, I will confess to buying and enjoying a caramel apple. We moved away from the crowds towards the waterfront and were tempted to experience a haunted house just to get into the spirit of it, but unfortunately the queues again and the ridiculous price made us turn away. We thought we’d like to sit and have dinner and just observe ...
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Our plans for tomorrow are to head into Boston for the Labour Day public holiday. The rest of the week we will be driving north towards Maine, then we make a turn west and head for New Hampshire, Vermont and New York state. State check so far: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts. 16 down and 32 to ...
... to make.Custom duties on ships cargoes provided most of the money to run federal government at the time. The customs house in Salem was where captains and ship owners paid duties on their imported goods. The president appointed Nathaniel Hawthorne to serve as the port of salem's surveyor from 1846-1849. it was in the Salem customs house that he wrote his novel 'the scarlet letter'. I walked into Salem and passed by 'Ye Olde Pepper Companie Candies' this is America's oldest ...
We sailed three days from Tampa to Boston. It was a little chilly there. Our tour to Lexington and Concord was cancelled because the captain wanted to leave Boston a few hours early to get ahead of the storm. We just walked around the Quincy Market area.
Took the train from North Station to Salem this afternoon. Not entirely sure what I expected, but I was slightly disappointed in the town. Don't get me wrong, there were some beautifully quaint houses, and grand looking structures. There were also A LOT of 'psychic readings' folk, and silly things too. We didn't see all of it, so maybe we missed something fabulous, but it perhaps would be better if they emphasised the actual history a bit more. A lot of the houses did ...