Hostelling International - Martha's Vineyard
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostelling International - Martha's Vineyard West Tisbury
The rooms and bathrooms were clean, the kitchen was stocked and immaculate, the staff were super helpful, and the bus stop is right outside the door. The buses are only every hour, but if you plan well and don't plan to be anywhere after 9pm you'll be fine. Would definitely stay again.
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Weeks on Road: 21 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 13,475km
Travel by car: 6,184km
Total km: 19,659km
Number of States Travelled: 3 out of 23
We have heard so much about Cape Cod we decided to check it out even though it was somewhat out of our way. Cape Cod is a peninsular extending 60 miles into the Atlantic Ocean, its a long drive to the Cape Cod National Seashores Park, but we're so glad we came.
... the Natick churches were gay friendly, with a female reverend. What a perfect little town! We used the afternoon to slowly drive down to Cape Cod. Once again we avoided highways and enjoyed the drive through all the little towns. New England has so much history that every town seems to have so much spirit and soul to it that the drives are really fun. We stopped in a town called Sandwich, right at the entrance to Cape Cod. I didn't know ...
... Bizarre art work and i am sure that there is a wonderful back story that explains why it is what it is. The building it self was a triumph of design and Frank Lloyd Wright.
A highlight for Ben and I was riding bikes through Central Park. It is a huge park taking 40 mins or so to reach the top. On our way back we got a little ...
... a bunch of pieces of paper that lists sandwiches, various seafoods, salads and more. However, all but about two or three things are crossed out or say sold out, so that really the only real choice you have is whether you want your lobster roll with butter or mayonnaise. We figure that’s what everyone is here for anyway, so they should just do like the Soup Nazi on Seinfeld and serve only lobster rolls to people who show up ...
... on the beach. Lots of walking. We then went to Spanky's Crab Shack for a great dinner of seafood stuffed jumbo shrimp and seafood stuffed sole. Another great day - educational. (Ben & Jerry's for dessert.) Tomorrow it is back to Boston for our final stop on this trip. The Freedom Trail and all its sights and "Harvard" University are definitely on the agenda. We will be in Boston until Wed when we fly back home. ...