Stepping Stone Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Time to hit the highway and aim to be closer to Boston for our flight in the morning. The GPS was set for Salem. Andrew drove the next couple of hours while I, well I, dozed with the sun shining through the windscreen….I love a good road trip!
As we hit the outskirts of Salem on the weekend before Halloween, we started to realize how big this season is over here. The traffic queues were long and very slow moving. ...
... such an Irish brogue that I had no idea what they said. Left no choice we took off to find the hotel.
When we finally found it, the manager said all GPS' gave wrong instructions directing turns on a non existing street. The great rush was to get checked into our room to watch the Seahawks. Well that was not the happiest moment. We were cheered up when our adopted Bears beat San Francisco.
... life without an oven, using just a microwave and a stove top to make all of our dinners. I am really missing roasts. I have broken two can openers in three weeks – and not just broken them, they have completely f****d themselves and ended up in about fifteen pieces, with coils, screws and metal bits strewn all over the bench. When it happened the first time, I thought it was just my brute strength. After the second one, I think the Americans just ...
... It was spacious and clean and everyone I met was really friendly. It is the newest of the Hostel Internationals in the US and is a bit more expensive for it but definitely a great place to start! On our way out of Boston the driver announced that we would be passing the oldest operating seaport in America and gave us a few fun facts about Salem. The first long distance telephone call came from Salem to Boston. Alexander Bell resided in Salem whilst he was working on the ...
... based on this grim history and there are several "museums" and shops related to witches and gruesome behaviour around the town.
We went looking for somewhere Sam could finally try some clam chowder (pronounced chowdah). A friendly vampire gave us directions to a place called "The Soup Factory". We arrived there to find the owner renovating the place. He politely declined my offer ...