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... of town and catch a few different public
transport options, all of which were very complicated. And the
forecast was for hot. So we decided not to torture ourselves with
hot, tired, cranky walking people and to leave early this morning to
drive a little of it and get an idea before heading away. We only
have so many days to fit so many things in and although interesting,
it's not a must see place for us.
We drove into Boston around ...
... at how little Plymouth Rock is. It’s about the size of a picnic basket. It’s situated on somewhat haphazardly raked sand, about 10 feet below the viewer. Dave commented, “I’d hire a better Japanese gardenerr.”
Speaking about the Mayflower II, in “At Sea with the Pilgrims,” Nathaniel Philbrick said, “Like most people, I was immediately struck by ...
... pass on the shoulder.” It was unnerving seeing cars zoom by on the right, then dash in front of us at the last minute because the shoulder disappeared. We pitied any person who might have to use that lane for a real breakdown.
As we passed the sign for Fall River, Dave started singing, “Yesterday in old Fall River, Mr. Andrew ...
I haven't been to a drive-in in about 20 years and the kids have never been to one before. So after a day of relaxing at the beach we decided to take a twenty minute drive to Wellfleet where they have a drive-in movie theatre. We opened up the back of the car and let the kids lay down in the back while Steve and I sat on chairs outside ...
... br> After the whalewatching, we decided to have dinner at a little restaurant right by the pier. We were seated outside with a gorgeous view of the harbour and the pier. Steve and the kids had the fish and chips and you know me, of course I stuck with good old chicken.
We went through a few ...