Cliffside Beach Club & Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Nantucket
... 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 ...
... which means they haven't changed for millions of years. On the way back to the holiday house we drove past lots of beach houses and they were all a similar style being grey colours and made from shingles. It was very interesting to see Cape Cod. Josie
... Pier" to get a picture of the main house of the compound. It is our understanding that the six acres is still occupied by all the families of John, Bobby and Edward. We also went to the John F. Kennedy Memorial that overlooks the bay.It is located in Veterans' Park. There is also a Korean War Veterans Memorial there and Ellen's dad was on a ship during the Korean War so that was interesting. Very beautiful ...
... our spot! We needed to find another one. Once we identified a better spot, Brian and Debbie put the guards on the sailboat so that we could park right next to the sailboat that had already attached itself to the mooring line. It was quite a production and Debbie had to get on the other boat to make sure that we did not damage either of the boats.
Once parked, we inflated the dingy and Debbie attached the motor. This was ...
... was ashore by about 9:15. I
walked around Nantucket on my own for about an hour but spent much of
the time visiting a person I've chatted with on Cruise Critic. Shiela
runs a very nice B&B (Centre Street Inn). We chatted for about an hour
over a cup of coffee before I left to visit the Whaling Museum. There
were displays of ships, the life of whalers, the processing of whale products, some skeletal remains, and a rooftop observation ...