Travel Blogs from Taunton
This is Matt and Nadine's new travel blog. We hope to keep it updated as we go on the road. If you are not interested in getting these travel updates, no worry. Just unsubscribe from travelpod.com or send us a note and we'll take you off. We had a very nice Christmas at Sis and Brians house in Berkley, MA. Having our East Coast family together was a blessing! We are so grateful for the love and celebration we ...
... went home and had outpatient therapy or went to the rehab hospital. Even patients who had had severe injuries were transferred out quickly to a more appropriate setting to concentrate on rehab. A met an amazing man who had been involved in a motorbike accident and had lost both his arms. He had various other injuries including a dislocated patella and abdominal injuries leading to a colostomy. He had spent 10 days in the ICU, 3 days on the trauma ...
... drive, but when we got into Taunton, the streets were narrow, and a lot of one ways. One of the cool things about driving around New England is the history. Taunton, MA was settled in 1692. The Taunton Elks Lodge has two hook-ups for RV's and both were taken, so we are "boondocking" in the parking lot for two nights.
Monday--drive down to Newport, RI to see the International Tennis ...
... decided to make this into an ice cream sampling trip. I was now in search Mo Gelato. I found it and chose a medium with pistachio and toasted almond (the flavor of the day). The portion was really small for $6, but it was good gelato. Probably some of the best I’ve had outside of Italy—mainly because it was served at the correct temperature.
I walked to W4th (as C and E was not stopping at Spring St this ...
... miles in single-day trek - 18
Pounds of luggage returning - 86
Massages - 10
temples/wats/stupas - no idea
Elephants bathed - 2
Elephants ridden - 0 (that's not nice)
Broken sunglasses - 1
Excellent meals - innumerable
Pounds gained - rather not say
Photos taken - 2325
Cooking classes - 2