Crescent Suites Hotel
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... historical, I mean only 100 years old. As opposed to many hundreds.
On thursday day I headed into the famed witch town of Salem. Contrary to popular belief (and what I thought) there were no 'witches' burned at the stake in Salem. All 19 of them bar one (15 women and 4 men) were hung, with the other one being crushed to death. Unfortunately at the Salem witch museum I went to, no photos were allowed.
so every day I have been enjoying relaxing in an ...
... and my birthday was on 1/25, so its the year of 25! it's also the year of sheep, coincidence...?
The weeks leading up to my flight was fantastic, I read The Dubliners, Angela's Ashes, The Cripple of Inashmaan (about one of the Aran islands which I'm totally going to do a day trip to), finally started to learn the history of Ireland, starting with the movie Michael Collins and the wind that shakes the Barley, and delved deep into my Rick Steves tour book which ...
... the American Anti-slavery Society. Aided by new steam-powered printing presses, Garrison and his followers were able to print thousands of pieces of literature. Though slavery was considered "morally wrong", abolitionists made up a paltry 10% of the North's population. Many working-class whites feared losing their jobs to ...
... river for miles. There were playgrounds and even exercise equipment in various places. If we had been here longer, it would have been a great place to explore.
When we arrived at the airport, we were suddenly reminded that we're part of a much bigger, and somewhat uncertain, world. We had to go through metal detectors and put our bags through x-ray machines before we even could go into the airport. We then stood in line to check our bags, ...
... Trail once again,but this time heading in the opposite direction. The day was beautiful and so I wandered to Paul Reveres house and was astounded at what little space people were happy with. And this was a middle-class home. I continued on and found myself once again strolling through a cemetery. In a way I guess it is better to be on my own. Cemeteries do attract me, can't say why. ...