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From Conway we drove to Sandwich stopping at a very nice Motel. We spent most of the evening in the swimming pool, the hot tub and the Sauna. A big group on a coach trip arrived and their rooms overlooked the pool. We kept waving at them but they got too embarrassed.
From there we got the ferry over to Martha's vineyard, a well known tourist area and mainly populated during the summer. 16000 ...
... with his humorous descriptions of island life. Alfred dropped us off in Edgartown for lunch and shopping. John and I had an excellent meal at the Sea Shanty---lobster bisque for me, clam chowder for John and a seafood platter to share. I found a Martha's Vineyard T shirt I liked, purchased a few post cards and John found a wine store.
... Very difficult to get good photographs, though.
When we got to Plymouth, established in 1620 and sometimes called "America's hometown, we had some time to wander and take some pictures. Some in our group toured the Mayflower II but we had been there, done that in 2009. We had NOT gotten the t-shirt, however, and wouldn't you know, we ended up buying t-shirts on this trip! Postcards were our ...
Heading off tomorrow for a jaunt that starts in Wellfleet, MA via Logan to Barcelona and then to France. Along the way, traveling and visiting with good friends and family, we will do our best to absorb the abundant offerings of coastal, mountain, countryside and city landscapes. We'll send some pictures of our favorite stops and sights. All ...
... look like former prison guards).
Plymouth Rock – Evidently, this historically significant rock was such a prominent landmark that today, it is also called the ‘Cornerstone of the Nation.’ As the town of Plymouth grew, ancestors were concerned that someone might blow it up to make room for shoreline development. A committee was formed and 30 teams of mules dragged the rock to a safe spot and then built a granite ...