Captains Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... streets passed the Faneuil Hall Market the house of Paul Revere and in to Hanover Street which is the Italian Quarter Had a lovely meal in Ristorante Italalino (you couldn't make up the name) but the food was great Missed the last Tram back so had to take a taxi which was just as well as the skies opened up and the rain came down - and how Going to pack because tomorrow "We are ...
... before leaving he said "I just want to thank you for being so kind to me Megen, you've been so friendly to everyone and I hope that never changes. You are a really special person and that shines through when I speak to you" - how lovely is that?! I just wanted to share that with everyone because it just goes to show that kindness and politeness doesn't cost anything but goes a long way... I think that gets forgotten too often. Tuesday, I woke up and had a ...
... is such a contrast; much busier and surrounded by sky scrapers with paths through patches of grass and tulips. We were able to visit the Afro - American museum on beacon hill. It was so interesting and is located in one of the first churches for black people which was then turned into one of the first black schools. We visited a few more places; the Quincy market and the state house but as I had lots of time to explore these places, the visits were fairly brief. Diny was ...
... Boston including: the Boston Common, the State House, King's Chapel and Burial Grounds (John Wintrop; 1st governor of Boston), Granary Burial Grounds (Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, Ben Franklin's family, victims of the Boston Massacre), Site of Boston Massacre, Paul Revere’s House, and the Old North Church.
With our heads full of American History we decided it was time to have a ...
... was I wrong (and very disappointed)…..the majority of the activity was right in downtown Salem, around the pedestrian mall area. Now don’t get me wrong, there was plenty of witchy stuff in that area, shops/stores that are there year round and there were a few outdoor type booths but there was nothing mysterious or spooky or even historical about this area. The ambiance was very lacking. We did take one of their night ...