The Beach Plum Inn
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... the Natick churches were gay friendly, with a female reverend. What a perfect little town! We used the afternoon to slowly drive down to Cape Cod. Once again we avoided highways and enjoyed the drive through all the little towns. New England has so much history that every town seems to have so much spirit and soul to it that the drives are really fun. We stopped in a town called Sandwich, right at the entrance to Cape Cod. I didn't know ...
Lovely sail in to Newport this am. This is a city I really want to come back to and stay for a few days. So much to see and do! We went for a walk along the famous "Cliff Walk" a public pathway right along the ocean that is open to all and goes right in front of all the famous mansions. We ended our walk with a tour of the Vanderbilt's home, the Breakers. Great audio tour so you could go at your own pace. Reminded me of Downton ...
... in the Italian Renaissance style. It is no longer a private residence and appears to be part of the towns University. There were many other spectacular properties in the Webster Street area. We had to be back on board for 3.30 for an early sailing but 3 or 4 hours in Newport was just about right. The journey back to Arcadia by tender was quite rough and disembarking proved tricky for many as the sea was very agitated. That said nobody fell in so it ...
One can only imagine the parties that took place within its amazing rooms!
Upon our return we enjoyed a "nautical" lunch in a great local pub before wandering through the picturesque shops, streets and docks of Newport, which have a real holiday feel about them!
... in the form of delicious toast and porridge, but all these carbohydrates are making me crave protein and any other food group but carbohydrate; unfortunately when it’s free it’s ***********vince myself to go out and buy an alternative.
After enjoying the goodies I set off in search of the bus to a town called Aquinnah that may not have featured in any of the guidebooks, but boasted some clay cliffs and a redbrick lighthouse. Fortunately the transit ...