Salt House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... was time to actually go in and explore the town of Sandwich – finally!
It was a stunning place, full of small town charm.
We passed the obligatory New England white spire church, an old working mill, a glass museum and lots of immaculate houses.
... We thanked him. He had accidentally walked us past most of security leaving just one layer left stood guarding the doors. After a minute, a large group of people were piling in so we quickly stick ourselves in the middle and quickly disappeared into the crowd taking our hats off and getting down. Like that we had skipped the giant queue and a $30 entry!!! This place was insane with so many geeks. Some fat and sweaty like your classic computer gaming nerd, others ...
... It's a very accepting place, if Brighton is known for being friendly to couples like us, this place is even more so. We feel totally relaxed here. After a lobster dinner we headed out for a few drinks at a bar which opened out onto the beach, we really feel like we're on holiday now. Tomorrow we move hotels to a place closer to the centre of Provincetown and we're both really looking forward to ...
... in Woburn, a few miles away. Off we went and the GPS took us a strange way but I enjoyed seeing more neat large old homes. Finally arrived and there is a line out the door--keep in mind that it is 20 degrees! We waited and eventually got a dozen big cannolis and some cookies. One the way home we took a short detour to visit his friends Vinnie and Sherry, and I really enjoyed them-they were excited to see Phil and Vinnie said seeing him was the best ...
... conservation areas like Norris Reservation. It was a virtual unknown area to me before but now it has become a spot I will fondly remember. I believe that any visitor will enjoy their time in Norwell. Have fun and happy traveling!
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