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Provincetown turned out to be even more delightful than we had expected. The essential part of town is a narrow one-way lane paralleling the inner Cape beach/harbor and stretching about 2 miles along, culminating at the outer, western beach. On both sides of this lane are old fishermans houses and shops, now housing art galleries, cafes, restaurants and antique stores. We parked the van at curbside just as we entered the town, ...
... and history lessons, before being finally dropped off at Fenway Park for the game.
Once Nay grasped how baseball works, we both enjoyed the game. It was close throughout and was tied at the bottom of the ninth innings when the Red Sox scored the winning run… the crowd went nuts and the atmosphere was brilliant. Not sure if they always do this but it appeared on entry that everyone was given a gift, a model of Fenway Park, so we ...
... F. A walk on Mt Greylock. We chose the wrong day for the Williams college gallery in Williamstown as it closed on Wednesdays, though we did have a look around and saw the eye sculptures on the lawns. Williams College is leafy and grand though nearby towns are mill towns with some way to go in terms of post industrialisation revitalisation. Next we drove up Mt Greylock. Fortunate this as it closes at the weekend for the winter. This was magnificent. The trees were resplendent on ...
... one of the eight Ivy League Universities of America. Here, we witnessed facilities that made our time at Sussex look like we were playing with crayons and playing dot to dot, (which with Abbie's Geography degree was largely true). Needless to say they did not enroll us, something to do with us being too clever for them...? As our hunt for veg continued we were sure that the greatest young minds in America would need some shops to sell such fabled items around their campus. ...
... at least one person, standing right next to it, smoking. I walked past a group of guys who were doing just that, I asked if I could take a photo, they really played it up and were really friendly and appreciated the irony as well. I got a $7 ice cream sundae (overpriced big time) and a red powerade...it is not the same flavor as the one in Australia which I learned the hard way. It was revolting. Heading back into the city, I stopped in the city's ...