Inn At Swan River
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... There was already traffic on the road but not as bad as it would've
been an hour later. Had a look as we crept by in the RV, took a few
photos. Feel ok about not having done more there. As we drove out of
Boston at around 8.15am we passed by the traffic heading into town. 4
or 5 lanes thick, backed up for 15 minutes of solid driving at 55-65
miles per hour. That is horrendous! Not sure how anyone can do that
From there we ...
... a lot from the 1600s). There was a hall dedicated to how the depiction of pilgrim style has changed over the century, usually influenced by the style of the period. Later there was a list of pilgrims from the first few ships. I know one my ancestors from my father’s line named Wallen came over on the Anne. I saw David Wallen’s name on the list. It was thrilling. This museum had so much I could ...
... Denver sang with the Chad Mitchell Trio for a while.
Some of the cute things we saw while driving: RESQADOG on a license plate, I LOVE MY GRANDDOGS on a bumper sticker, and a red Delivery Dudes car. We couldn’t figure out what they were doing in Massachusetts, since they are mostly Florida-based. That delivery must have cost a fortune!
By now I knew what to expect, yet I could not help but get excited and delighted once again by this enchanting little island...everything about it seems to be there to charm you - from the thin veil of fog that reveals the island slowly upon your ferry's approach, to the pastel ...
... right on the waterfront. Freshened up we hit the road heading to Provincetown, the largest town in Cape Cod. Known as the gay capital of New England, next to every American flag is the rainbow flag. The town sits right on the cape and is full of old fashion candy stores, icecream stops, seafood restaurants, organic cafés, juice bars, beautiful old houses and unruly gardens lining the narrow streets. It was relatively expensive with a fresh juice costing $7 (USD).