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Pick up for the tour today was just a five minute walk from our hotel. Leaving Boston we drove up the State Street side of the common and our driver told us that one of the brownstone terraces overlooking the common had sold last year for $52 million dollars. The purchaser paid an additional $250k for a car park. These terraces were built in the 1700s and some still have the original window glass that was shipped over from England. Our New England coastal tour took us through ...
... for me but great for the checkbook. Today we went on a garden tour in Kittery. I do not have garden envy but I love to live vicariosly through others gardens. These were some of the best.
Today my goal was to see some nice coastal scenery on my way from Bar Harbor to Kittery. Instead of taking the interstate, I took Hwy 1. This route passes through small towns such as Stockton Springs, Belfast, Camden, and Bath before hooking up with I-295 until Portland. The
first half of the route was nice. You really don't see the ocean for most of it unless you turn off onto some of the smaller highways. ...
Midday temp: 7C
We started to see signs of snow in Straftford, Connecticut, about 75km northeast of New York City. The highways are totally clear and dry, thankfully.
Again our issue today was finding a place to stay for the night. We thought we would travel only as far as Boston today but with no open campgrounds and no parking allowed at WalMarts we ended the day at a rest area/travel information center in Kittery, Maine. A truck ...
Thursday, September 1st
After driving through New Castle we crossed the border in to Maine. We were trying to stay on Route 1, but the bridge in to Maine was closed so we had to detour on to 95 north. We were going to try to hit up Kittery's Maine Discount ...
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