Travel Blogs from Nantucket
... power to a pedal stroke, so maybe we can keep cycling till we’re 80 albeit turbo assisted?
We found a nice sea food place a kilometer away from our cabin and resolved to hoof it there and back to burn some of the calories involved in dinner. Dinner was superb, fresh lobster tails bouliabase (sp?) for me and Chiopino (sp?) for Annette. Coro street on the laptop ended the day with us fast asleep in the middle of the ...
... gear and haven't needed them yet! My Columbias are getting worn out and smelling a bit bad from being on my feet 10 months in a row and the feet themselves are none too pretty, but a small price to pay for the great weather. Today is a drizzler so we are at the mall and I'm getting good use of free wifi.
We have enjoyed a week of quality family time with Dave, Mary, Colm and Judy and ...
... the nicely paved roads of Nantucket and meander down soft sandy back roads between the narrow confines of foliage of all kinds. We arrive and decide we will walk back once the time comes. The van is scratched from the bushes and we need the exercise!
The brunch was great and provided us ...
... smaller. in nantucket we took public transportation and went to seasconset. the ocean was rough there, but the beach was beautiful and two seals came to say hi to us. then we had lunch in town and took the bus back to nantucket town and walked around it. so we didn't see the entire island but what we did see we loved. martha's vineyard is much bigger, so we rented a car and we drove around the entire island. ...
... wedding photos. If you are interested, contact me. Therefore, this post will limit its photos to mostly the places and sights we saw.
Praying that the rain would not fall, we walk to the cobblestone street location where we catch a chartered bus to the Sankaty Head Beach Club where the wedding ceremony will be ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center