Travel Blogs from Edgartown
... with the menus or venues in Sandwich. Additionally, there was one more Lighthouse on my list. So we drove to Barnstable for our final meal.
Barnstable Harbor was an important port for fishing and trade in the early 1800's. The first Sandy Neck Lighthouse (also called Sandy Beach Light) was constructed in 1827 - a lantern on the roof of the keepers house.
We headed over to ...
... sweet, crisp meat. It has plump meats with a mild, sweet flavor, high brininess and a crisp, clean finish. The clam chowder – the best I have had so far. A creamy concoction with succulent tender clams and potatoes just the right size and tooth. It tasted wonderful! The steamed clams were luscious and served in an amazing broth and the fried platter was lightly battered and lightly fried ...
... the nicely paved roads of Nantucket and meander down soft sandy back roads between the narrow confines of foliage of all kinds. We arrive and decide we will walk back once the time comes. The van is scratched from the bushes and we need the exercise!
The brunch was great and provided us ...
... wedding photos. If you are interested, contact me. Therefore, this post will limit its photos to mostly the places and sights we saw.
Praying that the rain would not fall, we walk to the cobblestone street location where we catch a chartered bus to the Sankaty Head Beach Club where the wedding ceremony will be ...
... The "HaPenny House" was chosen because it offers 9 spacious bedrooms, all with private baths and cable TV. They have a brand new-gourmet kitchen and a large dining area that seats 12. We found we could relax on the screened in porch furnished with antique wicker or enjoy the shade of the private brick garden area.
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Other places to stay in Edgartown
Katama Road, Edgartown | Condofrom $200