Added a number of photos from yesterday's trip to the Cape. Enjoy
Well I have arrived in Boston in preparation for my cruise on Saturday - the train ride here was uneventful - spent today touring Cape Cod - tomorrow a trip up New Hampshire for some fall colors.
That's me in front of the reflecting pool and the Christian Science First church in Boston - it was built after St Peter's in Rome.
The sign says it all!
The memorial - it is located not far from the Kennedy compound at Hyannisport on the shores of Lewis Bay - we weren't able to see the compound because of choppy seas.
Real New England clam chowder.
My fish and chip lunch at the Lobster Boat restaurant in Yarmouth, Ma.
Our next stop was the town of Sandwich - named after the Earl of Sandwich - it is also the oldest incorporated town in Mass. dating back to 1638 - seems that the Puritans didn't register Plymouth even though it was established in 1620.
Halloween is coming and there was a display on the lawn of the town Library - here is one of the displays.
Sandwich was famous for it's early glass making industry and this is from a display at the Sandwich Glass Museum.
Since we couldn't do a sea cruise the driver took us to Plymouth where we had an hour to see lots of history including this exact replica of the Mayflower - imagine a ship that size with 102 passengers + crew + animals.
Finally it me again in front of the Monument to our Forefathers - if it looks familiar it should be - this was actually built first and the French designers of the Statute of Liberty actually visited the site to copy its design.
It was a great day and now it is off from a fall foliage tour up into New Hampshire.