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... bit and thought about our options. This is where the Kennedy's summered and where the rich and famous play. Should we head over to Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket? There are sand dunes and lighthouses, little fishing villages and fancy shops full of high fashion clothing, tacky trinkets, beautiful summer homes and tiny family cottages passed down through generations. There are even famous songs that mention the cape. Remember the " Piņa ...
... and ham for lunch. Soon arrived at the Sagamore bridge over Cape Cod canal, and decided to cross to find a lunch spot near Sandwich. After a short unplanned detour, we found our way to a carpark next to an amazing boardwalk over marshland and dunes. Walked across to the beach, a very wild and windy place. Saw Great Blue Herons and Herring Gulls cracking large clams by dropping them onto the rocks. Had a bracing lunch at the back of the Jeep, watching a coachload of tourists ...
... started to get annoyed at his nice gesture as he finally has a customer but I have to spell out my name multiple times and my reservation number to where I'm going. Also, my accommodation just had "Holiday Inn Express"...apparently there are like twelve in Boston. So I was stranded as she wasn't going to send someone out until I knew the exact location. The friendly? Shuttle driver took his phone back off me and said ...
... and jeer at the British red coats - and went along with it quite passionately - so we thought it best to avoid shouting 'Go Brit's go' and kept a low profile.
We also managed to enjoy a gorgeous sunny walk around a harbour where they apparently got excited over tea. Given the tea I have tasted so far in America, I do not blame them - the stuff is awful
Starting with Concord, we marveled at the town's lush beauty, and the impeccably preserved history. birthing the American Revolution and the literary Transcendentalists leaves both stately, and somewhat precious . First we trod up to and over the North Bridge where those "shots were heard around the world". It's just too beautiful for such mayhem. Walking back through town we pass by houses lived and worked in by literaries such as H.D. Thoreau, ...