Penny House Inn & Day Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... their year round but in the summer it can rise to 100,000. 56% of the homes are seasonally populated. Being an island it is only accessible by boat or air.
More interesting to Andrew it was where Jaws was filmed. We spent most of the time there being dragged about by Andrew trying to find area's where the filming took place. We managed to find the water taxi's, the town roads that Brody ...
... homes of whaling captains of old and celebrities of today, including a favorite author, David McCullough. When we returned to Oak Bluffs, we browsed for a while and just enjoyed the scenery and some people-watching while waiting for the ferry departure time.
... during the summer. It is a former Methodist settlement. Little cottages built around an outdoor Tabernacle. Each cottage is different in size, shape and decorated showing the personality of the individual owners. Many are for rent at between $1500 and $2500 per week.
Back on the 3:45PM ferry and back to Eastham about 6:30. Randy and Lyn pulled in today. Randy had his Harley serviced in Bangor on Wednesday.
... look like former prison guards).
Plymouth Rock – Evidently, this historically significant rock was such a prominent landmark that today, it is also called the ‘Cornerstone of the Nation.’ As the town of Plymouth grew, ancestors were concerned that someone might blow it up to make room for shoreline development. A committee was formed and 30 teams of mules dragged the rock to a safe spot and then built a granite ...
... Instead, I drove over to another beach I had passed on my way up to the lighthouse, Coast Guard Beach, and spent a few hours there walking along the shoreline and watching the surfers that came out to try to catch a few waves of the incoming tide. I waded in the water a little bit, but my feet went almost instantly numb from the near-freezing temperatures.
After leaving the beach, I started my drive up to Plymouth, MA.