Stepping Stone Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into a diner for coffee, to get our bearings and tried to contact a few accommodation options. We rejoined the slow crawl towards the town centre and decided to ditch the car and walk.
The crowd was just crazy! Too much actually. There were people dressed up which was colourful and interesting, but the commercialism was totally overdone and the places of interests were inaccessible due to the crowds and queues. I had actually wanted to see ...
... Friday, we had a solid 90 minute drive to get next door to Rhode Island. We actually couldn’t have driven any longer or we would’ve missed it. My navigator (who is actually putting in a lot of faultless efforts with the maps) almost missed the turnoff to our overnight stay because we couldn’t believe the drive was so short. Saturday was a solid drive, almost two and a half hours north and we were staying overnight in the witch town of ...
... that she conveyed from the corner of the room. The thought of her still gives me the creeps now. I confess that I tried stealing a picture of her from across the canteen, but she caught me. I was terrified I'd find her waiting in my room when I returned. Thankfully she didn't.
We spent our first afternoon wandering the city and ended up in a beautiful park. The weather here was so much nicer than further south. There was next to no ...
Today was my last full day in Boston...so I planned a day trip to Salem! I had spent Thursday just packing and figuring out how to use the washing machines and driers....which I did! I am also pleased to report that u have set a trend at breakfast! On the first day I arrived I couldn't find where the milk was and so I just used vanilla yogurt (they don't have natural) with the cereal they had on offer. They offer Cheerios or a kind of shreddies that tastes like rice crispies, ...
We took off from the hotel, retracing our steps back along the bus and train route to North Station, before jumping on a commuter train to Salem.
Sam, being a bit of an old witch herself sometimes, was excited to visit this "town", the site of anti witch hysteria, trials and executions in the last decade of the 17th century.
The town itself obviously lives largely ...