Inn by the Bandstand
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... framed by the words "I work for Ford, I drive a Ford". On his back window, he had a sticker that said "Please don't put my flag on your foreign car". This sticker of course had an American flag on it. Made me want to drive a Ford and slap a Mexican flag sticker on it. See what he thinks of that one...
Even though I've sworn up and down in the past I wouldn't travel overseas anymore into any country's summer, I'm a bit glad it ...
... and again I ordered the lobster roll... could hardly get my mouth around it, it was so full of lobster meat... great spot and not too expensive. Enjoyed our lobster roll befor heading North to Ipswich and Rowley where we got on the I95 and headed North to Bangor for the ...
... afternoon we went for a drive to Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. Yes, I shot the whole beach scene. The waves were great. Walked the beach and loved not getting hot as you would in summer. I don't believe I have ever walked the beach in fall. Especially haven't in New Hampshire. I do have a friend who lived here, Dave and Lori. Yes, Lori!! Fall is fabulous in New Hampshire. You are so right.
The next day I was given a tour by my host of the grounds and taken to her old house on another part of the point that was turned into a museum for Thomas Jefferson (a distant relative of my host) I later found out the interior of the museum/house is pretty much identical to when she lived there and that the furniture inside was often on loan to various art and history museum in the Boston area. At this point I became scared to sit ...
... C home. The city was easy to navigate and we felt very comfortable exploring the city, however we certainly missed the warmer weather that Orlando had given us! After Washington D.C, we visited Gloucester where we saw the fisherman's memorial and found the names of those fishermen lost to the Perfect Storm in 1991 (as depicted in the Hollywood film). This was a wonderful chance to relax as Gloucester is a sleepy and relaxing fishing village. It used to have an ...