Super 8 Gardner

Address: 22 Pearson Blvd, Gardner, Massachusetts, 01440, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 22 Pearson Blvd, Gardner, is near Wachusett Mountain Ski Area and 1761 Old Mill Gift Shop.
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Travel Blogs from Gardner

A Day in Boston

A travel blog entry by jim-carol on Mar 09, 2015

3 photos

... Jerry Remy's restaurant which, was the only one which served wine. We had brought ribs leftover from our Texas Roadhouse dinner on Saturday and ordered wine and an appetizer and had a real feast. Since we still had a lot of hours before we could even check-in, we decided to tale the T into the city. We should note that Logan airport provides an excellent bus service around the airport also stopping at the T station. 30 ...

Worcester

A travel blog entry by jim-carol on Mar 08, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... parade and started walking the route backwards until we reached the float then, turned around and walked back. We walked about 5 miles but, it was a lot of fun and our cold weather gear kept us warm. It even snowed some large flurries for a few minutes just to round out the experience. After the parade we visited with the family for a while. Later, we went out with Jim's daughter's family to a very nice Mexican restaurant. It was really nice to be able to ...

Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II, Grist Mill

A travel blog entry by tatpak on Nov 19, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... impressive to see how small the ship was compared to the numbers that were carried across. Included in those numbers were 32 children and for the good majority of the voyage the passengers were underneath, vary rarely going on deck as they would be under foot of the crew. The whole boat is much smaller than anyone would guess for the trip it made. The quarters for the first and second mate was also quite small. They would sway on and off every 4 hours, for the whole nine ...

Gloucester and Salem

A travel blog entry by tatpak on Nov 18, 2014

4 comments, 25 photos

Today we went for a drive to Gloucester which is a fishing town North of Boston. We arrived and visited a statue memorial dedicated to all the fisherman that have died at sea. Around a wall there are several plaques that have all the names and the dates of the fisherman and a separate one with some details about how many of them were taken, storms, boats clashing and sinking or being ran over by ships in the shipping lanes etc. We went for a drive through Stage Fort Park ...

Week 11+: From the Murray River to the Atlantic

A travel blog entry by epbrody on Apr 03, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... rotisserie chicken and some salad and decided to "dine in" tonight. At about 4 PM I closed my eyes for a minute...and woke at 6:30!

30 March: Slept late and then drove to Davis to have lunch with Deb and Mark Van derList. Deb's dad was our GP in Western Australia. He delivered Robyn. We sat down to lunch around one o'clock, got to chatting, and, before we knew it, it was 7 PM! We continued our conversation at their favorite ...