The Inn on Main
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Oops! Wanted to start my entry for the return trip from Maine, but accidentally overwrote the entry on Boston! I'll summarize quickly and move on. Got into Boston Back Bay station around 4:30. Lugged our bags through Copley square to the green line, only to find it in the midst of rush hour, with many of the trains too full to accommodate all of our bags, but eventually we found a D - Riverside train with a small amount of space and rode it to ...
... instead there was one main walking street and a town that looked like any other. It wasn't Rachael's first visit here and she admitted to me later on that she didn't click with Burlington and was trying to see it again without judgement but felt that the place was soulless (harsh but true) . Oh well, we still managed to find the local bar, the O.P., which had an offer on for a pitcher of PBR beer for $3, how could we say no?! We stayed in Burlington for ...
During the months of September and October our cruiser friends were taking time off to visit family and friends back home. I was told that airplane tickets were cheapest during this time. We had planned a visit back to New England at one point, it seemed like a good time to make a trip back up north.
... the Conway Valley Inn with a vacancy sign. A non smoking room with 2 queen beds was $89. It is an older style motel where you park in front of the room. Easy to unpack the car. The windows and door are double glazed so we cannot hear the road noise but the traffic has eased considerably since 5 pm.
Went to a seafood restaurant recommended by the motel. Had baked haddock au gratin - delicious. It was haddock Friday and there were about 9 different ways we could have had it.
Maura and I were happy to be cruising along in the CRV this morning as we drove back to the White Mountain's Visitor Center in Lincoln to resume the bike trip. Yesterday, after picking up the CRV from Mike's, we stopped at the bike shop to have Surly's gearing problem fixed.
I was excited to tackle the Kancamagus Highway, my ...