The Castle Manor Inn

Address: 141 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01930, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 141 Essex Avenue, Gloucester, is near 7 Seas Whale Watch, Fishermen's Memorial Monument, Stage Fort Park and Beach, and Cape Ann Historical Museum.
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      The Best of Boston

      A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 23, 2014

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      ... part of the experience at the pier was a live Scottish bag-pipe band that came through the streets as we walked to the restaurant. They were actually members of the Massachusetts state police. I love the sound of the bag-pipes and their unique kilts. After dinner, we made the hour drive back to the campground. Holly was so excited to see us! It was time to write the blog, watch some television and get ready for ...


      A travel blog entry by ashnloz on Mar 30, 2014

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      ... at the top of their lungs for everyone to get off. These people all got off and got straight on the train returning back to Chicago. It certainly made us think how fortunate we are, when we saw these people do this day in day out for some shelter and warmth. Our flight to Boston was very pleasant and we arrived mid-morning and first impressions were that the city felt very clean and safe, public transport trains were cheap and easy to use, and the distinctive Boston accent ...

      Along the Freedom trail

      A travel blog entry by danharriet on Nov 02, 2013

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      ... This was a celebration that all including children could come and enjoy. Bravo to the Bostonians and the way they celebrated their victory without routines or fighting. Through dwindling in size the crowds along the freedom trail were still large in size, as we walked south along the Freedom Trail.

      Following the trail we crossed back across the Charles River and past Copp’s Hill Burying Ground, where in June of 1775, British cannons were positioned as they ...

      Cape Ann

      A travel blog entry by danbren on Oct 18, 2013

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      ... clams" , although I'm sure I can improve on the latter. One of the major early industries in "Rock"port was supplying the growing nation with granite and there's a huge quarry at what is now Halibut Pt. State Park. I'd have loved to see how they actually did all that a couple of hundred years ago. We decided to go on to Salem and the catch the ferry into Boston, but we couldn't find ...

      July 4th in Boston

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jul 01, 2013

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      ... screws for his door handle that the manager had pulled loose. Got the wrong size first time and had to go back but finally got it repaired. Later we dressed and went to the Mt Vernon for dinner- Ellie made it fun as usual. I read John Stillwells book on Peggy, Phils wife. Interesting as he dated her when she was 19 and Phil did not meet her until she was 28. Lots of spelling and grammar errors but still interesting. Back home for more wine and off to bed. I did ...