Christopher's by the Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on ‘supposedly’ lies) and a replica on the ship in which they landed on called the Mayflower.
The second day was a fun jam packed and memorable day with equally wonderful weather to match.
At the start of the Cape Cod peninsular is a town called Sandwich which we intended on paying only a short visit to but ended up staying for the majority of the day!
And how could ...
... ceremony followed by a party at their home. Sunday I took my favorite bike ride out to Race Point. After meandering around town and trying to catch up with the French/Kratz's to watch the Eagles game briefly, we took the ferry back to Boston. Another highlight: the airport water ...
... we ate some inexpensive (for Provincetown) food at Burger Queen, which was not very good or fresh, but it was somewhat filling. We headed back to the campsite and saw two wrestling foxes as we passed the cemetery. That definitely cheered us up; even David was smiling. We made it back to Dunes Edge, where I prided myself for taking a 25¢ shower in three minutes. Then the three of us went to ...
... and wander through a pet store for a few minutes!!!! Now in Stoneham and the streets are crowded, no parking places anywhere! Unusual and frustrating. At last we walk in the door, and Paul seats us upstairs. Now we wait for our guests! They have never been here and the traffic and no parking is not in their favor! Phil finally calls them and guides them into town, then goes down to the street to watch for them--and they got a parking place very near--we are ...
... After leaving Stetson Meadows I stopped at an overpass on Bridge Street to view the North River. The spot I chose has a small parking area and is located just before the border with neighboring Marshfield. The North River played a very important role in the economy of Norwell back when it was still known as ...