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Oops! Wanted to start my entry for the return trip from Maine, but accidentally overwrote the entry on Boston! I'll summarize quickly and move on. Got into Boston Back Bay station around 4:30. Lugged our bags through Copley square to the green line, only to find it in the midst of rush hour, with many of the trains too full to accommodate all of our bags, but eventually we found a D - Riverside train with a small amount of space and rode it to ...
... day, which was enough for us, and then began our route to Maine via the White Mountains in New Hampshire where we had a hostel booked. Although it is a nice luxury staying in stranger's spare rooms with AirBnB, we were actually looking forward to staying in a hostel and hopefully meeting some other travellers, if only briefly. New Hampshire had a good feel to it although we were only there briefly, we liked that the state licence places all read 'Live free or ...
... Our flight out St. Georges Grenada was easy as we only needed to bring 3 carry ons'. The flight from Grenada to Miami took only three hours. It's ironic to think that it took us almost three and a half months to sail the same distance!
We landed in Boston at 6pm and then took a bus to Portsmouth, New Hampshire where we ...
... Auto Road. There were lots of motor bikes especially from Quebec. it is a private road and you pay to drive on it. The drop off looked very steep and I gather the road is narrow in places.
It was 3.30 when we arrived back at the bottom. We drove to North Conway and started looking for a motel. We thought it might be busy because of the weekend and the fall colours. However, it turns out there is a big farm festival which also pulls the crowds. Add to that the fact ...
Maura and I were happy to be cruising along in the CRV this morning as we drove back to the White Mountain's Visitor Center in Lincoln to resume the bike trip. Yesterday, after picking up the CRV from Mike's, we stopped at the bike shop to have Surly's gearing problem fixed.
I was excited to tackle the Kancamagus Highway, my ...