The Coonamessett Inn
Travel Blogs from Falmouth
... ps. I would like to thank everyone for reading our blog and being so supportive with your kind comments! I can't respond to all of you individually but please know that it really brightens my day when you tell me how much you enjoy reading what I write. Also, as you may be able to tell when you start looking at the pictures, Gav and I have started jointly working on this project - I'm still writing the main entry and he is now in charge of photo captions (I absolve myself of all ...
... Said to Rod sth at I really didn't want to see anymore museums - and he agreed. Drive back to the B&B via cheap $ supermarket to buy toothpaste and pretzels. Opened a bottle of prosecco and had it looking out onto the ocean. It was calm. Then decided to walk down to take some photos. Came back around 4.30pm, ready to head for dinner. Had pizza and wine $53 including tax. Packed the cases and all looking ...
... our money got released from our travel card this morning and so are able to pay the bill with the card. Gives us more breathing space as coming down to the last dollars. Funny how I rang the langham yesterday and they assured me it was the bank. Next day the bank released the funds. I'm definitely getting to the bottom of this puzzle, and never using travel card for hotels, just ...
... Primary (like my school back home). It was COLD in Chatham - very cold. but we still looked around the streets and visited the park which had a great display for Halloween. From here we drove to Provincetown at the end of the Cape.
Saturday we went over on the big ferry to Martha's Vineyard (an island off Cape Cod). It was so windy and cold, but we had a good time.
Starting with Concord, we marveled at the town's lush beauty, and the impeccably preserved history. birthing the American Revolution and the literary Transcendentalists leaves both stately, and somewhat precious . First we trod up to and over the North Bridge where those "shots were heard around the world". It's just too beautiful for such mayhem. Walking back through town we pass by houses lived and worked in by literaries such as H.D. Thoreau, ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking