Stepping Stone Inn

Address: 19 Washington Square North, Salem, Massachusetts, 01970, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 19 Washington Square North, Salem, is near Salem Witch Museum, Peabody Essex Museum, and Phillips Library.
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    Travel Blogs from Salem

    Vermont Countryside to Salem madness!

    A travel blog entry by dawnrachel on Oct 25, 2014

    49 photos

    ... meeting them and sat talking for some time. A really lovely time, meeting more locals!

    Another side note, we had not expected such a busy weekend in Salem and as such had found accommodation hard to secure. We had put an inquiry into AirBnB but had also asked a few local hotels. All were booked out and we didn't have an immediate response from the AirBnB host. Our back up plan was to start looking at the outskirts of Boston that were ...

    New York, New York

    A travel blog entry by nickandjulie on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... ketchup packets and stuffing them in her bag. Today, for lunch I had home-made chicken wraps with McDonald’s Sweet n Sour sauce. Worked well. I said to her, maybe we should buy a bottle of sauce. "Why would we? It’ll save us three bucks." Hmm … good one. The other day we were in Walmart looking for toothbrushes. She picked two, then on the way out saw a special tub of toothbrushes on sale, and changed them over for a net saving of 9 ...

    Day Trip to Salem!

    A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 30, 2014

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... wharf was once one of the busiest in America it was 800 feet long in 1770! It was then extended to 2100 feet by the heirs of his (Derby) son in 1806. During the war of independence the American privateers used to sail from the wharf to attack British ships at sea. Three storey warehouses were built on the wharf and in the 19th century they housed exotic luxury items from Asia as well as raw materials. This was very rare at this time with the hue distances this would require ...

    A Brief & Recent History of Africa

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

    1 photo

    ... wars and conflicts.


    Regardless, what all of you are probably wondering, is the storied history of the four countries where I'll be traveling. Tanzania, which I mentioned in the British section, pursued a project of mass "villagization" through Ujamaa under Julius Nyerere. That term is actually still used in America's version of Kwanzaa, described as collective and shared economic abundance. Malawi for a longtime was ruled ...

    Smoke and Mirrors

    A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Oct 29, 2013

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    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 ...