Trade Winds Inn
Travel Blogs from Centerville
Okay so you can't go by Plymouth without stopping in to see where the first people stepped when arriving in the US off the Mayflower. Took some pictures of the replica of the Mayflower and also the Plymouth Rock Memorial... don't know if this was the actual rock or not but I touched it virtually in my pictures. We were on our way through to Cape Cod... nice little ...
We started the day eating breakfast at the Hotel. We then went to get Bikes at Youngs Bike Shop (founded in 1930). This was recommended by the hotel and Theron, Marinn's cousin. They were super efficient, had great equipment. and were very nice. We struck out on a (aggressive) bike ride. We navigated through the town, including the cobblestones on Main St, and then fought some tight streets / traffic until we finally got out of town. Once we were there, it was a casual ...
... is a sign on the Cape Air desk that says they will not have an agent here til 1 hour before the flight. So much for getting to the airport 2 hours prior. So we waited outside security until the staff arrived. I ended up being the heaviest on the plane and got the co pilot's seat. I had great pictures of Martha's Vineyard, Newport and Nantucket. I was able to monitor the guages such as: We flew as high as 5500 feet, we climbed at 500 ...
Newcomb Hollow was not to be - beaucoup mung! Disgustingly so.
So off to Lecount where mung was ok... But alas the water was too cold for the kiddos.
So off to Long Pond - fun on dock, throwing balls, yelling at each other and various forms of fun.
Drive-in movie later. Planes: Fire. & Rescue (Reimann boys had not seen it!).
EDEN: It was fun going to the movies and playground
MAX: it was fun laying down in the ...
... as soon as storms passed... smart move for once as it turned into a fun day w ok weather.
CARTER: sooooooo yummmmmy
EDEN: it was so fun going past the buoys with Charlie and Carter
ESME: sooooo sweet
MAX: please bring the kayaks so we can go to the three ponds; my first time going in the deep end