The 1720 House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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Second day at SEA Semester.
We had the usual intro to courses, syllabus, book, materials and so on. But the highlight of the day was the visit to the library of Woods Hole. There we had the chance to see books as old as the 1500s, depicting illustrations and ...
Arrived on campus and made my way to the house. We are 18 students in total, 2 houses of 9 students each. On the first floor there is a large kitchen and living room, a bathroom and a bedroom. Upstairs there are 3 bedroom and one bathroom. Each night there is one or two people that are in charge of cooking dinner for the house following a schedule.
"In Vineyard Haven, on MV, mostly I love the soft collision here of harbor and shore, the subtly haunting briny quality that all small towns have when they are situated on the sea."
After breakfast in the hotel, we began our full-day excursion to Martha's Vineyard which started with a fairly long bus ride to Woods Hole to catch the ferry. It was ...
... These because summer cottages in the Victorian 'gingerbread' style. The visits to the area became less spiritual and more recreational and grew longer with each summer. The popularity spread but the island was slow to grow as it was known for being a place to enjoy the simple life and a poor local economy. During world war 2 the Vineyard was used senna air base; this is on the centre of the island today where the airport is located. This meant that ...
... tip. Though we were told that the beach is contiguous, we couldn’t continue up around the tip and to the cliffs at the base of the lighthouse, not without wading through waist high water. We tried to walk over the rocks instead, but it turned out they weren’t rocks, but rather hunks of clay. You stepped on one and you felt the slippery clay ooze through your toes and slowly suck the rest of your foot in. Let’s just say, we ...