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Travel Blogs from Hyannis
... been some tough times on this trip too (inevitable when you're traveling so closely with the love of your life) but, in the end, all these little moments make up the experience. There have been many times on this journey when Gav and I have had absolutely no idea where we're going. Oh, we have an address and, in theory, maps to help us get there but sometimes we need to stop and ask for directions and lots of times we need two sets of eyes to look for the street signs. We ...
... Places always look nicer on glorious mornings, and that was certainly the case here. We enjoyed a coffee and a look round the shops, and a weird combination of a pumpkin field in a church grounds. Halloween meets Christianity? Only in America.
We ate our stolen bagels (and also some muffins, didn't mention them first time as the breakfast lady would have hunted us down) and then conferred as to whether Nicole would need another toilet ...
... Primary (like my school back home). It was COLD in Chatham - very cold. but we still looked around the streets and visited the park which had a great display for Halloween. From here we drove to Provincetown at the end of the Cape.
Saturday we went over on the big ferry to Martha's Vineyard (an island off Cape Cod). It was so windy and cold, but we had a good time.
... Boston, although I don't think that is a pathway. We visited Hyannis to see the Kennedy Museum and shed a few tears. Had a great pizza afterward for lunch. We had intended to take the ferry out to Martha's Vineyard, but decided it would not be any different than what we'd already seen, just more expensive. Wikipedia relates some interesting facts about about the Island. ...
... and the old train station looks great. I drove down past 505 Main Street where dad lived, but it's all gone and rebuilt now. It was probably more of a small mill town back in 1917 and now it's a much bigger city. I doubt dad would have recognized much. Following that bit of nostalgia we took off for Plymouth, Massachusetts, home of the Pilgrams. This town has also grown some and been duded up, but still retaining a lot of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility