[Sca-cooks] Boston Area visit
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Sat Nov 3 10:35:55 PDT 2007
I don't live up there, but I have a few recommendations from my
business trips up there.
I had business in Beverly (not sure where that is in relation to North
Chelmsford) which is near Salem. I spent my lunch hours exploring
Salem. I loved it up there and this is a great time of year to visit.
Salem does close down after about 6ish but there is a good ghost tour
there. A lot of the stuff you can see from the outside. The "Witch
House" is a good example of early 1600's life in the colonies which
can also be compared to life in Europe during the time to an extent.
Also, if you like perfume oils, one of my "must visit" places is Aroma
Sanctum. The proprietor is a wonderful lady who will custom blend
perfumes for you. She has several great pre-blended perfumes as well.
You should call first to make sure she will be there.
Not being from that area of the country, I had a hard time thinking
that you could go from one town to the other quickly. I'd look on a
map and see that someplace was three towns over...and in Texas that
translates to a couple hours driving at least. Up there, the towns
blend together so it isn't unusual to drive halfway across the state
for dinner -lol-.
On Nov 3, 2007 5:34 AM, Louise Smithson <helewyse at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am going to be in the Boston area (North Chelmsford to be exact) from Sunday through Friday next week for training. Is there anyone on the list in that area? I will (hopefully) have email access at some point and can get to emails. Other than that I'll be at the Hawthorn Suites in North Chelmsford.
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