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We started the day eating breakfast at the Hotel. We then went to get Bikes at Youngs Bike Shop (founded in 1930). This was recommended by the hotel and Theron, Marinn's cousin. They were super efficient, had great equipment. and were very nice. We struck out on a (aggressive) bike ride. We navigated through the town, including the cobblestones on Main St, and then fought some tight streets / traffic until we finally got out of town. Once we were there, it was a casual ...
The day started out with breakfast in the hotel Vanderbilt Grace. The house was originally built by Alfred Vanderbilt for his mistress. Then it was converted to a YMCA for years until it was converted to a Boutique hotel that we stayed at with 33 rooms. We had the same waitress, Laura, that we had yesterday. She is a student at U of Rhode Island. Another good meal, checked out and drove to the Providence Airport getting there by 10 am. ...
So let's start from the beginning. I am in my junior year of high school and my dad got a new job. Now this job would mean that we had to move, and so I ended my sophomore year in Massachusetts and now I'm starting my junior year in Alaska. The fun being the big move. The house is packed and on its way and now for the big decision. Flying or Driving? And the decision was…..driving. Now this is a start to a great ...
... for some insight of the travels until she joins up with the Vagabond crew in Boothbay Harbor. Please click on this link for Jennyanne's blog:
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Ciao for now!
... through many small towns. It took us 90 minutes, and on top of
that we had to park our car in Falmouth, a 10 minute shuttle ride to the dock.
Our ferry was scheduled to leave at 10:45 am, so we still arrived with plenty
of time to spare. It's a 45 minute ride to Martha's Vineyard.
As soon as we set foot in Vineyard Haven, the sun popped out from behind the
clouds. The first 5 mile portion of our bike ride would take us to Oak ...