The Sea Glass Inn

15 Essex Ave., Gloucester, Cape Ann, Massachusetts, 01930, United States | Inn
 

Travel Blogs from Gloucester

To Blog or Not To Blog: An Uncertain Journey

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne

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... summer because he was going to work at a surfing camp in the Canary Islands for six weeks before shipping off to Berlin for his EU grad program.  And his reasoning?  "Paul, I simply couldn't live with the fact that I had such an amazing opportunity and then passed it up.  I'm not going to 'what-if' this situation. I'm just going to do it."  Well, after forcibly being removed from Jeff's carry-on luggage by TSA agents, I realized that ...

All aboard the great ship Veendam

A travel blog entry by sueton

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Time to say goodby to North End and embark - which turned out to be super easy because only about 300 people boarded in Boston. The Holland America ship Veendam is quite small, about 1200 people yet it still has a lot if facilities. Our cabin is a good size and is nicely located on deck 10 just below the gym and ...

Boston...Day 2

A travel blog entry by mollohan

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... on the seas. Fort Warren was just one of many forts built. While it never saw any real fighting, the fort did serve as a military prison during the Civil War. Besides the fascinating history, we had an amazing time exploring the hidden passages and damp dark rooms, especially in the 85 degree weather. I have to say it was refreshing to visit a place where there weren't barriers or locked doors at every opening, but where we ...

Planes and trains and boats .........

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid

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... Our first port was Newport, Rhode Island, home of the America's Cup and the Newport Mansions. The Cliff Walk in front of some of the mansions was developed by the land owners in the 'gilded age ' of 1880 - 1920. It's now a public walk but the hedges in front of the mansions are so high, you can't see anything. So we walked to Bellevue Avenue where many of the mansions are. Many of them have been  bequeathed to ...

Swenny and the Bandit.

A travel blog entry by sparkeflies

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I’m not dead.

But I haven’t been giving you any loving.

I’m sorry, baby.

It has been an incredibly stressful, emotional, busy yet beautiful week. Week? How many days? I went back in time coming here and I have no idea how long I’ve been away for in real time.

There have been massive ups and massive downs, massive drama and I haven’t felt much like writing. But some very good people took me ...

Location

This inn, located on 15 Essex Ave., Gloucester, is near Seven Seas Whale Watch, 7 Seas Whale Watch, Fishermen's Memorial Monument, and Stage Fort Park and Beach.
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