Green Harbor on the Ocean
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So first, let's get the important business out of the way...Go GIANTS! If any of you are Kansas City fans, we may have to have words...unless the Giants win the Series in which case I will be very gracious.
The first Nor'easter of the season is hitting New England, and it looks like I'm in for some nasty weather for the rest of the week. It's been rainy and blustery all day, though not particularly cold (high 50s). Quite the contrast ...
... noticed lots of people out and about with baskets so it must be a good time of year for them. I tried to find the name of them online but but all the information I came up with is that Cape Cod reminds the Russian community of home & they grew up harvesting mushrooms.
We cycled 25km on Cape Cod Rail Bike Trail to Nickerson Park & another day we did 20km to ...
... we managed to resist. Ahhh!! Is it rude of me to say I know why there is an obesity problem in the USA? It’s because everything looks so damn good!!!! When it started to get darker we drove back to Wellfleet beach to spend the night. The Oysterfest was finished so we had the parking lot to ourselves. It was a pretty cold night being right on the ocean but the sky cleared up and gave us an amazing starry night. After our busy day we slept like champs filled with seafood and ...
... the Natick churches were gay friendly, with a female reverend. What a perfect little town! We used the afternoon to slowly drive down to Cape Cod. Once again we avoided highways and enjoyed the drive through all the little towns. New England has so much history that every town seems to have so much spirit and soul to it that the drives are really fun. We stopped in a town called Sandwich, right at the entrance to Cape Cod. I didn't know ...
We decided that we wanted to walk the Freedom Trail which is a 2 1/2 mile path that goes by 16 significant landmarks in the city center important in American history. The way is marked by a red brick path (or a painted red line) and weaves through Boston. We rode the subway to Park Station (Boston Commons) where the Freedom Trail starts. The T was having some repairs done on the line and so everyone had to disembark at this stop ...