Avalon, The Inn On Cuttyhunk
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... streets, yards, and homes, that was an accurate description of the island. Shopping was great in this little seaside village. I found a unique needlepoint belt for myself, and Clay and Morgan found THE original Vineyard Vines store where Clay bought a tie and hat.
Then we were back on the bus back to Oak Bluffs where we began. The lady on the bus told us to eat at a place called Lookout. Great suggestion! We were able to get seats at a ...
Hmmmm.... how could I sum up today?
Beep - Beep
Honk - Honk
Stop and Go
New York sign language....
Stop and Go!!
We left New Jersey at eleven for our FIVE hour drive to Cape Cod - or so we thought. The drive through the city of New York alone took nearly an hour and a half, followed by bumper to bumper traffic all the way through Connecticut. As if that wasn't enough, the roads were so bad it was like ...
... for it; a bit like urban outfitters or Prada. Despite all the grandeur of the building Vanderbilt managed to have a little bit of fun with the building of his home. In the billboards room there was a hidden mosaic of a tortoise and during some parties at the Vanderbilt's a serving tray would be used so that guests and children could slide down the great hall stairs. The house was built in Italian Renaissance style and so as you would expect there were marble cherubs ...
... cuties; Four year old Annalise and one year old Lukas. I had the first cup of tea in what seems like an age and met the rest of the family; Chris, Christy's husband, Melanie, Corrigan's mum and Corrigan's grandmother an aunt Pam. It was really nice to be back with a family and have a bit more of a routine (I am clearly just a wreck-ess wild spirit!). Portsmouth is gorgeous; there were yachts on the water and at one point a huge container ship which Christy explained sails around ...
... 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 ...
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