Travel Blogs from Sag Harbor
Welcome to my blog that will be all about my trip to Italy in March 2014!
I will be traveling to the following cities:
- Fl orence
- Nettuno li>
Hope you all keep track with my planning my trip and also look forward to photos while I'm on my journey! ...
... a little time at the end just playing around New York.
Bel flew into JFK, fortunately while I was staying at the Marriott as it was lots closer to JFK than the Clarion. She helped keep the room organized, looked for restaurants while on the road and of course did her work. After finishing up on Monday we went to lunch with a couple of other adjusters; just had to clear the head a bit, then we went and ...
Today we are set to go to Essex as a stop over before cape cod. Last night at dinner thought we might visit Yale, as it is on the way, sort of, and there is nothing else that was on the agenda. Before that we had another lovely breakfast prepared by Peter and we also had a great discussion over breakfast with not only the Aussies, but also the family of Americans. We chatted and had lots to talk about. Alas, it was 10.00am and had to start packing. Donna packed ...
... was a cool city, little bit rough like but I would definitely go back!
3) - RUNAWAYS
So..... I am no longer in New Jersey on the farm for a variety of reasons, didn't get any freedom to do anything, was stuck on the farm all day everyday just waiting to do work and it just got really boring, and things were getting a bit difficult living with the same people for such a long period of time. A new wwoofer came to the farm in NJ about ...
... Beach in Massachusetts, after driving through Providence, Rhode Island and Boston, Massachusetts. You will have to believe us when we say we saw seals playing in the water not too far from shore at Salisbury Beach. They didn't photograph too well.
After our stay at Salisbury Beach, we moved on and drove through New Hampshire into Maine. Stayed at Saltwater Farm on the George River at Camden, then on to Keenes Lake Campground at Calais. Both in Maine.