does anyone know if there are tide pools in Rockport or Marblehead?
Hi, I have a place in the campgrounds. My 13 1/2 year old granddaughter is here for 8 10 days and I would like to find something besides shop and beach to do with her or for her to do. I don't know if there are any local lessons like in wind surfing provided through any schools etc. I know I can pay for the 95 per hour but I was just hoping. Thank you Dawn
My husband and I will be there at the end of August / beginning of September and plan to rent a car. I would like to avoid a rental car and just take public transportation, but my husband has a bad knee, and I just don't think he can do all that extra walking.
I know that several major cities will allow you to park on the street for free with a handicap placard. Is this the case in Boston?
Thanks for your help!
Hi, y'all. I am playing travel agent again. I have two women who would like to stay for a few (I don't know many) days near Copley Square in Boston. The prices of most hotels are frightening - $400 and up. Perhaps there's a conference there at the random dates I picked (October 10th or so)?
However, the Boston Common Hotel comes in at half the price (still around $220, depending on the discounts). What do you think of this hotel for two reasonably savvy, self-propelled women (60s and 80s)?
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