Wrens Nest Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... bisque for dinner from a restaurant up the road.
I've been watching the Today show each morning we've been away & it's been like old times. Lovin' it.
Monday morning; the hotel emptied of weekend visitors. We had a nice breakfast -strawberries!! (Where are they coming from?). Fray had made friends with the local barista who recommended we visit a little beach town called Ogunquit. It's sunny & even a bit warm. Cute town, beachy ...
... wallets & went downstairs in our pajamas. Turns out the night guy had just burned some toast. Ridiculous thing was that only 1 fireman in a 4 wheel drive turned up & he didn't instill me with much confidence, just sort of mooching around. Then 1 fire truck turned with lights but no siren. Again, no rush. This is a big hotel, I would have thought there would have more of a sense of urgency. We did meet a gay, black guy (who sounded stereotypically gay ...
... and he's been through some trying times lately.
Lost his job... had to have a hip replacement... etc.
And then someone recommended I had to have some of the shellfish available in that part of the world. I struck out from Neil's to Portsmouth where I found a restaurant still open and bought some mussels. After eating them I retired to the van to go online using the restaurant's WiFi, checked my e-mails and got nice ...
... loved all of the old houses and the parks covered in snow. It was really nice to walk around in. I felt like I was in the soap tv show Passions that used to be on tv, because the town was a seaside town and New England based so it really felt like a town like that. There are so many historic houses here that for a small town it just highlights how much history is here. It is quite unbelievable!
I had lunch at a really nice sandwich place, and ...
... far distance so a glimpse is better than nothing and we turn inland for a faster route to our final destination. All the other little stops and sights are deleted from he GPS to enable the most direct route. "Well you have seen one beach side you have seen them all" we justify to ourselves, and in any case, there are still 2 more days of coastal drives before we head west to the mountains. It is dark when we reach Portsmouth and we hastily check in to ...