Travel Blogs from Nantucket
Fast forward to Tuesday, Annette and I awoke with a renewed zeal to stay fit and active so we jumped on our bikes and rode 20 KM to Chatham on the Cape Cod Rail trail. We enjoyed a nice lunch surrounded by the kind of company we found in Florida, folks our age out and about enjoying their time on this side of the turf and having the time to do it and do it well. The ride was extremely pleasant and we felt a little sore ...
... Saturday took part in the Eastwood family golf tournament in Pembroke. Our team was one under . Dave did exemplary duty playing 18 holes before the tee of to get us in a good strategic place to win the spuds. Since 2011 they have been playing for the spuds, isn't that right Kerry. Driving the golf cart doing fast laps around the parking lot was a highlight for me. 10th hole beer was a close ...
... a graveyard.
I remember to take a few pictures of the Nantucket streets and homes which are typical of the downtown area. One thing we begin to notice. Sometimes the homes are painted only on the front side that faces the public streets. The rest remains weathered, unpainted wood.
The big event for the day was Zach and Kelley's wedding. The day was primary occupied interacting with family members, telling tales, catching up, eating and drinking. Most all of the pictures I took were of family and friends and not of the scenery and architecture normally posted to my travel blog. I have created an on-line album ...
... rambling house was a quite an adventure to peruse. Just when you though you reached the end of a hallway, there was a turn, more rooms and a steep mysterious staircase leading to new parts to be discovered. Although not "turn key" perfect and in need of lots of maintenance and upgrades and, in some cases, basic bedroom furniture, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility