Cape cod/boston

Trip Start Sep 29, 2012
Trip End Nov 09, 2012

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Sunday, October 7, 2012

Made our way onto cape cod, province town it was a long long drive, we one or two diversions ;) . As you can see by the photos we decided to hire a car for two days, we have learnt that we need to look more carefully at our next camp sites and not to choose one that is too far way from what we want see.     So arrived in province town and was so amazed at how picturesque and quaint it was, sun was shining and really  hot, so a bonus there.  After a stroll around we found a nice bar overlooking the sea where we had our first taste of the fresh local caught lobster and of course a couple of beers (see photos).  The people of the town were very varied and interesting! but very friendly. Stayed there to early evening just as the night life was beginning to start for our long long trip back, without diversions,

Next day dawned to a bright and sunny outlook so its off to Boston.  Drove to the local metro station and caught the metro train to boston park centre.   The view and atmosphere was incredible, so to see as much as we could we hopped on to the local tour bus where our friendly and funny driver gave us a local history lesson, this being the home of the  war of independence and Paul Reveres famous ride  Next stop a harbour front bar and a bucket of beer (see photos). The time was going to quick so we was off to plymouth to see the Mayflower ship and plymouth rock. It was a shame to leave boston so soon but the time was against us.     Lobster shack in plymouth, one massive plate of seafood to share between two, but couldve fed an army.        Back now to evie the r.v just as the rain started, so snuggled into our mobile home for a few drinkies before we set off tomorrow to Niagara Falls.
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