Nashua House Hotel

Address: 9 Healy Way, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, 02557, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Healy Way, Oak Bluffs, is near Flying Horses Carousel, Ocean Park, Offshore Ale Company, and Oak Bluffs Town Beach.
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      Visiting Woods Hole Library

      A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Jan 07, 2015

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      ... sea creatures, birds, mammals and so on. We had the chance to see and touch "Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin, which was actually signed by him, an original copy. We then saw some rare artifacts, like Nobel prizes given to Woods Hols researchers and medals from the ...

      Arrival at the the House

      A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Jan 06, 2015

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      Arrived on campus and made my way to the house. We are 18 students in total, 2 houses of 9 students each. On the first floor there is a large kitchen and living room, a bathroom and a bedroom. Upstairs there are 3 bedroom and one bathroom. Each night there is one or two people that are in charge of cooking dinner for the house following a schedule.

      To Gay Head and back

      A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Jun 12, 2013

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      ... tell from the map what is paved and what is dirt, and neither of us has a bike which is really suited to dirt roads (this will be relevant again later), but we got out to the main road eventually. I'll just note here that MV has surprisingly good bike infrastructure; many of the main roads have bike paths alongside them, and the national forest in the center of the island has some paved bike trails going through the forest. We were able to go about ...

      Martha's Vineyard: Markets, beaches and carousels

      A travel blog entry by mchao on Aug 14, 2010

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      ... I heard the beach was nice. Plus, the longer we can go without encountering the hordes, the better.

      The ride down to the beach was pretty flat and passed several resorts and the Martha's Vineyard Farm Initiative, a giant space dedicated to teaching visitors about farming practices (and let's face it, offer a chance to interact with/pet animals). The beach is more 'surfy' than the others on the island, which just means ...

      Martha's Vineyard: Escape from the tourist mob

      A travel blog entry by mchao on Aug 10, 2010

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      ... way I found mobs, solitude and some brilliant scenergy and then younger mobs at the hostel. Half an hour on a beach and some animals hardly seems sufficient to counteract the crowds. But on the whole, up-island (i.e to the west of the three major towns) is so much more bearable than the ferry ports. Maybe early in the morning it'll be more manageable.

      We'll see more of up-island later this week, and some more of the crowds. Can I go home yet?