- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Customs and using our Global Entry cards, checked in on the monitor and sailed right through, no line, no waiting. Outside to catch our ride and we were home shortly.
A couple of facts—The bus traveled more than 2,500 miles, not including our side trips. Our 44 people were very congenial and no problems in the 2 weeks. On the way home we flew over 40,000 feet high and over 800 MPH. After all I ate, and I did try everything, I actually came home 1½ pounds lighter!! Now figure that out!
... turned on him and his wife and their servant accused Mrs Proctor of making her 'sign the devil's book'. In court the girl feigned that Mrs Proctor had sent her yellow bird to torment her as punishment for renouncing her to the court and began to profusely apologise to Mrs Proctor and ask her to forgive her. ( a yellow bird no one but the servant and Mrs Proctor could see). The lines were from original court transcripts and it was crazy to think what the girls got away with ...
... after noon to walk in the snow. The streets and walks are mostly cleared, but when you go to cross a street there is piles of snow or a tiny 10 inch wide path! It is about 25 degrees but does not feel too bad. Phil did wish he had not given his thick winter gloves to Saul, but we survived. First walked to the grocery for a few items, returned them to the room and then headed to China Town, about a mile away. We had a big bowl of soup at our favorite eatery ...
... ordered clams in the shell for appetizer, and they were awful—they finally took them back and did not charge us! They were full of sand and not cooked correctly. So what about our dinner?? Well it was great! Took Marie back to the condo, left her and headed home. I had a bad experience coming home though-A man walked out in front of the car and just barely escaped getting hit by us. Sudden and bad flashback for me of the man Charlie and I had hit, ...
... Nathanial Hawthorne (famous American author) lived here and worked at Custom House. Two of his most famous books are set in Salem – The Scarlett Letter and The House of the Seven Gables.
Overall, we both enjoyed visiting Salem, but were a little disappointed at the many tourist trap witch museums, witch waxworks, hocus pocus tours etc. And to say we were in Essex County, I was surprised not to see as much fake tan ...