Village by the Sea
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... of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine which are along America's Atlantic coastline. The sun was shining again after yesterday's rain and I had checked with the driver which side of the bus to sit on so we got some good views. The area was among the first regions to be settled by British pioneers in the early-mid 1600s. A lot of the place names are English in origin (York, Gloucester, Portsmouth etc) presumably the names of the cities that the different settlers had come ...
Our flight to Boston was canceled due to the arrival of Hurricane Arthur, so we had to change plans now having us fly out of National. Our flight was packed, but we arrived in Boston, secured our minivan and were on the road to Maine by 10:45. After stopping at Dunkin Donuts for an authentic coffee and munchkins, the rain started as we drove thru Massachusetts and New Hampshire. We decided to stop ...
... for our liking - Are we getting old? You're damn right we are. Onward to a place called Bayview Cottages, which are actually in the town of Saco - they do roll up the sidewalks here after 7pm. Almost everything in this town closes. Well, folks there ain't no view of the bay. When we first pulled up and viewed the 5 or 6 cottages, we stood with mouths agape. When we went into our little cottage, Number 3, out jaws dropped. This place is a ...
... for me but great for the checkbook. Today we went on a garden tour in Kittery. I do not have garden envy but I love to live vicariosly through others gardens. These were some of the best.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking