Inn By the Sea
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Day 1 - The Coast Is Clear
Gloucester, MA to Cape Elizabeth, ME
We arrived in Boston two days ago for a friend's daughter's wedding in the Cape Ann area of Massachusetts. The rehearsal dinner clambake was in Gloucester and the wedding was at the Estate at Moraine Farm in Beverly. Both were lovely events, although rain altered many …
... for this trip was 52 1/2 miles walked. Not bad.
Dinner tonight was back at the Village for a steak grinder and some fruit. We carried it back and ate in our room. We are ready to go home tomorrow!
This vacation closes another chapter in our book of travels. Thanks for following us along to Maine!
Until next time...
... so we grabbed a turkey grinder and a big molasses cookie to share. We brought this back to our room where we could take our shoes off and rest our weary feet.
Late afternoon we decided to find a pizza restaurant and we found Roberto's. In all the years we have been coming to Ogunquit we never have eaten there, so we give the pizza area of the ...
... the same route as yesterday and walked down Marginal Way, more people were walking today.
As we walked along, there are many gardens. Again, we could see Ogunquit Beach in the distance. We passed by this lighthouse on the path.
As we neared the end of Marginal Way, we came across this home.
These row boats were tied to ...
... grilled chicken sandwich looks large, we do not eat many fries. Rich usually orders this without fries. The picture is my plate!
There is a parking lot across from the restaurant and who did we see? Molly's twin sister! We checked her out and she was from Pennsylvania. She probably had the original roof as her back window was not glass. She was ...