Colonial House Inn
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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 ...
After a day of walking, we slept in. We awoke hearing gunfire. Lots of gunfire. Is the campground reenacting the revolution? No. There must be a shooting range nearby (I hope).
Today's we are touring Plymouth. The visitor's center was very helpful. They had several guides to determine what your interests were and who were very knowledgeable on all of the activities in the area.
Since it was ...
Leaving our campground in Verona, NY we drove Hwy 90 beside the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. This part of the drive was almost relaxing. Rolling, lush green hills surrounded us, and traffic was light.
Then we hit the Mass Turnpike and things got hectic. I'm glad I didn’t drive this leg of the trip. A wreck created stop-and-go ...
... it, but those who couldn't were still with us in spirit...
Last time we took a little plane from Boston to Nantucket...but these little planes are very weather-dependent, and we did not want to take any chances - so we opted for ferry ...
... to figure out. Located across from the post office is the Winslow-Crocker House(left). Originally built in 1780 this house is a great place to check out just because of the story of how it got to where it currently stands. The house sat in West Barnstable but was bought and moved by Mary Thacher in 1936; ...